Citizen AIBATO M Bluetooth Watch

Citizen AIBATO M Bluetooth Watch

Citizen AIBATO M (Image courtesy Citizen)
By Andrew Liszewski

Tired of digging your cellphone out of your pocket only to find it’s a call from someone you didn’t want to talk to? The Citizen AIBATO M is another bluetooth watch that can connect to a select number of cellphones and provide information about who’s calling, emails and even news tickers right on the watch’s display. The LCD will glow when there’s an incoming call or email, and if that’s not enough to get your attention the watch can also be set to vibrate so you won’t miss a call ever again. Unless you’re not wearing the watch of course. Furthermore, when used with various phones from Sharp or Softbank the AIBATO M can even remotely trigger the camera’s shutter which actually seems a bit more creepy than useful to me.

There’s no pricing info on the AIBATO M at this point, even though it’s set for a July 1 release in Japan.

[ PR – Citizen AIBATO M ] VIA [ SlashGear ]

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