Top 5 Watches for Gadget Fans

August 1, 2009 at 8:04 am 15 comments

kuronoKurono Video Camera Watch This little wonder from Japan looks like it came from a James Bond movie. It can take videos (640 x 480 pixels) at .avi format at 20 fps. Aside from videos, it can take pictures as well at 1600×1200 jpeg format, and by the way did I also mention that it can also tell the time? Store all those precious data in its spacious 4 GB internal memory and upload them via USB 1.1 to your computer. I saw a sample video taken using this watch and it was amazing, it was at par with the average video cameras available out there. A good investment for all college guys who make spying on girls their mission in life.

Price: 9,980 yen (tax included)

aigoAigo U Watch MP3 player F020 Tired of bringing your MP3 player?  Who needs a dedicated MP3 player when you can have a phone that plays MP3. You can store hundreds of songs in MP3 or WMA format in its 2 GB internal memory. The sound quality is excellent and you can adjust the settings using the 5 equalizer modes. It also has a built in microphone for audio recording which you could store up to 120 hours in 2 GB.

Price: $99

mbw-150_1Sony Ericsson Bluetooth Watch MBW-150 This is a slick looking watch from the mobile phone maker. Sony Ericsson has partnered with Fossil in creating this Bluetooth watch. It connects via Bluetooth to your Sony Ericsson phone so that you can control it wirelessly. You could have your phone stored in your pocket and get alerts through your watch on incoming calls and messages with matching caller ID.

Price: $230

g-shockCasio G-Shock GW2000BD-1A What can I say? It’s a G-Shock, designed to be tough and can resist water for up to 200 meters. It takes its power from the sun and a single full charge can last you 5 months without any light exposure. It also synchronizes itself with the Atomic Timekeeping Multi-Bands of the US, UK, Germany, Japan and China. Wherever you are in the world your watch would always stay accurate.

Price: $350


Timex Ironman Sleek iControl Got an iPod? Control it wirelessly using this watch. Now you don’t have to constantly hold your iPod, just skip songs and playlists using this watch.

Price: $100


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