New wrist watch phone debuts in China

Posted in Mobile Phones,Watches by Nino Marchetti on August 14th, 2007

CECT W100 Wrist WatchA common theme you see on gadget blogs like ours is cool tech found overseas which may or may not ever make it to America. A new example of this is the minimal geek looking CECT W100 Wrist Watch.

The CECT W100 Wrist Watch, designed by Qiao Xing Mobile Communication of China, is believed to be the first watch phone in that large Asian country. It comes in seven colors and sports a nice LCD touch screen with which to control its functions. Though no specifics were given by its designers about its phone network capabilities it was said the phone will come with 1GB of built-in memory and supports Bluetooth.

Other features on this wrist phone include audio/video file viewing, FM radio and a 1.3-megapixel digital camera. No pricing or availability information was specifically announced for the United States, though it was mentioned it will be available in stores in mid-September. Perhaps an importer will pick it up if it’s not released here directly? One can only hope…

CECT W100 Wrist Watch Press Release

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