‘Special Edition’ Cellphone Watch – I’m Still Not Sold

Special Edition Cellphone Watch (Images courtesy Chinavasion)
By Andrew Liszewski

Chinavasion is touting this cellphone watch as a new and improved model over the one they were previously selling. While the design still leaves a lot to be desired, I have to admit it does manage to cram a lot of functionality into a tiny package. It’s a tri-band GSM phone (900, 1800, 1900) with a 1.3 inch TFT LCD touchscreen that looks like it’s only usable via a stylus. That’s probably why it includes a very small telescoping one that can be stored in the watch. And even though the screen only has a resolution of 128×160 pixels, the OS still includes everything from an organizer to a pretty robust phonebook to a file manager and even games. If that’s not enough they’ve also found room for a 1.3 megapixel camera that can capture stills and movies, as well as a microSD card slot allowing you to use it as an MP3 or video player if you don’t mind squinting.

At the moment Chinavasion doesn’t list a price for the Special Edition Cellphone Watch, but I imagine it will fall between $150 to $200. And if you’re interested, just let me warn you that the site doesn’t exactly have the cheapest shipping rates. Unless maybe you’re planning to buy 100 of them.

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4 thoughts on “‘Special Edition’ Cellphone Watch – I’m Still Not Sold”

  1. Why can’t we have a watch phone which just has call making and SMS functionality with bluetooth? It might not even need a colour screen. Then we’d have watch phones that looked like watches!

  2. If you’ve got gangs of office thieves roaming around your place of employment, then you can catch the culprit quickly with this spycam discreetly hidden inside a normal looking calculator. Just leave it sitting and turn it on and it will start videotaping everyth

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