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Adidas Calculator Watch

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on April 6th, 2010

Adidas wants a piece of the calculator watch market and they hope that you will choose theirs to unleash your inner math nerd. This one comes in several colors and looks super retro. The colors include black, gold,blue and lilac colorways.

These calculator watches may be awesome, but make sure you stick to simple math. I don’t want to hear a news story about how some dude tried to do his taxes on his wrist watch and got himself into trouble. Just use it for simple stuff and to look cool.

Cal-Q-Tek 2000 calculator watch

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on March 21st, 2010

Even though there isn’t any real reason to wear one today, calculator watches always bring back memories of the 80s. If you like the retro style of a calculator watch on your wrist, the Cal-Q-Tek 2000 calculator watch should do nicely.

The style is pretty cool and at just $18, you won’t need a calculator to figure out if you can afford it or not. Heck it may even come in handy. Maybe at the grocery store or when you balance your checkbook.

DIY uWatch: the scientific calculator wristwatch

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on April 18th, 2008

DIY uWatch: the scientific calculator wristwatch
It’s been a long time since I’ve seen a scientific calculator wristwatch. They haven’t been around for about 20 years or so. Dave Jones remembers them well: “Back in 1987 or so I got a Casio CFX-400 scientific calculator watch, and I wore that watch to death for 10 years until the band support on the case broke. The CFX-400 was the best, and last scientific calculator watch ever sold.”

So if you’re like Dave, and has missed the calculator watch, there’s good news. He’s revived the scientific calculator wristwatch as a DIY project. His uWatch features a roomy LCD that can display 16 characters across, two lines deep, and it can handle all your fancy RPN/Algebraic scientific needs. You’ll need at least a bit of technical know-how to pull it off, but in the end you’ll have an awesome geek wristwatch that’ll catch the eye of lady nerds.


Caterpillar prototype reinvents the watch

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on July 13th, 2008

Caterpillar prototype reinvents the watch
Watches, much like calculators are outliving their usefulness since we can get the time and crunch numbers using all of our gadgets. So watches are becoming more about fashion then needing the time. With that in mind, design student Nicolas Lehotzky has something new to offer.

It’s a watch with treads that move like that of a tank, or Caterpillar construction vehicles, incorporated into the band and the watch. The belt is fed through the strap in a loop and the number that’s shown on the raised watchface gives you a rough idea of the current hour. The belt could be modified for more complexity, giving it more accuracy as well. The appeal is it’s simplicity and originality.

TV remote control watch

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on May 23rd, 2008

TV remote control watch
What can you really say about a watch that controls your TV? This device would probably come in handy if you wanted to mess with somebody else who is watching TV, and change the channels, otherwise I can’t imagine actually replacing my remote with this cheap wrist-turd.

It’s got all the style of an old calculator watch that’s trying and failing badly at fitting in even at a Star Trek convention. The up-side is that it will only cost you $7.25, so if you think this is a good replacement for your TV remote, by all means get one. Even if the remote aspect stinks, at least you have a cheap watch, right?

Another watch cell phone with keypad surfaces

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on May 20th, 2008

Another watch cell phone with keypad surfaces
Back in April we told you about Van Der Led’s WM2 cellphone watch. Well here’s another also featuring a keypad. Cell phone wrist watches have yet to really take off. There haven’t been many of course, but seeing another watch with a dedicated keypad tells me they may just start getting some respect.

The CECT WRIST looks like it’s doing a good job of copying Van Der Led’s WM2. The GSM phone also features a small 1.3″ TFT Touch screen, bluetooth, an FM radio, MP4 and 3GP video support, a WAP browser, an equalizer for playing MP3 files, a Voice recorder, calculator, and it’s memory can be expanded via Transflash cards. It retails for ₤151.57.

Epoq watchphone runs windows mobile

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on April 15th, 2008

Epoq watchphone runs windows mobile
We all know from Sci-Fi movies that phones will be strapped to your wrist, and you will learn to like it! The Epoq EGP-WP98B runs Windows Mobile 5.0 and has a 1.4 inch OLED touch screen display with a quad-band GSM radio with GPRS. It includes support for WMV, AVI, 3GP, MP4 and MP3 media files with full screen playback and the 128MB of internal memory can be expanded with a trans-flash memory card.

You also get a WAP and web browser. If paying GPRS fees doesn’t sit well with you, it even has wifi b & g. Other software included will give you calendar functions, voice recorder, e-book reader, handwriting input, MMS, calculator, memo and a world clock. The Epoq EGP-WP98B has 100-180 minutes of talk time per charge, with 80-100 hours of standby. No details on pricing or availability.


Multimedia remote watch for control freaks

Posted in Remotes,Television,Watches by Conner Flynn on January 14th, 2008

Multimedia remote watch for control freaks
If you like to be the one in control at all times, I present to you your new watch. This watch will allow you to control TVs and other devices from many popular brands – Sony, Panasonic, Philips etc. from up to 5 meters away. Just aim the watch at the appliance and channel surf.

Some features include: An LED Back Light, Time and Date mode, Auto-Week, Auto-Calendar up to the year 2049, 12/24 Hour formats, 8 digits Calculator, Alarm and hourly time signal, 1/100 second stopwatch with split Volume, and channel switching and power ON/ OFF remote control for several remote control TV, VCR, DVD, VCD, SAT.

Wrist video and calling features

Posted in Mobile Phones,Watches by Chetz on October 15th, 2007

Hyundai GSM phone wristwatchThe day is rapidly approaching when the phone watch will be here. Well, it actually came a little while ago but we’re talking about the practical phone watch day that’s soon to come. Hyundai may be the leader of the pack with its W-100, a GSM phone that you wear on your wrist. The phone watch comes with a 1.3 megapixel camera, Bluetooth connectivity, microSD card slot, plays MP3 and video files and has a touch screen interface. It supports both the English and Chinese language so there’s that going for it too. Most of all we dig the design which doesn’t look too clumsy nor too calculator watch-ish. Loads of more photos after the leap.

Joby whips out new iPhone 3G/3G S tripod

Posted in Mobile Accessories by Shane McGlaun on October 1st, 2009

jobygm2There are times when you really need some way to hold your iPhone steady while you take a picture, ride a bike, or walk while pushing something. The catch is that most tripods aren’t flexible. Joby makes a line of flexible tripods called the Gorillapod camera tripods and the company has unveiled a new one for the iPhone 3G and 3G S.

The device is called the Gorillamobile for 3G /3GS, is completely flexible, and will hold the phone on most any surface that you can wrap the tripod legs around. It will hold your iPhone at the grocery store on the cart so your kid can watch video or you can use the calculator. You can also use it to support the phone while you watch movies at your desk.

Casio Databank gets new colors

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on December 10th, 2008

Casio Databank gets new colorsCasio’s watch calculators were all the rage back in the day. That was a few decades ago. Casio is hoping that those days might come again and so their Databank series now comes in a whole new variety of colors including black, green, orange and white.

Of course, these timepieces are not just watches, they also feature an 8-digit calculator, an automatic calendar and 25-page data storage. They’ll cost you $59 a piece, but if you like the classic pure-black version it will cost you another $10.


Fido unveils pink Nokia 3500

Posted in Nokia by Conner Flynn on October 2nd, 2008

Fido unveils pink Nokia 3500The Nokia 3500 is now available in pink from Fido, even though it doesn’t look all that pink. Not really that big of a deal. The pink is limited to the direction pad and keypad which light up. The pinkified Nokia 3500 will cost the same as the regular version of the 3500: $15 a month with a 3-year contract, $90 for a 2-year contract, $100 standalone phone. Probably a good phone for those girls who want to be all Sex in the City.

It features a 2 megapixel camera, music player and built-in FM radio, Bluetooth connectivity, tri-band GSM support and a microSD memory card slot. Also has Handsfree speaker, Voice commands, calendar, to-do list, notes, countdown timer, stopwatch and calculator. Just a bit of pink. Nothing to see here. Move along.

Suo Xin ZT888 with Apple call buttons

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on July 21st, 2008

Suo Xin ZT888 with Apple call buttons
The Suo Xin ZT888 is a nice looking mobile phone from China that comes with an extra genuine leather case/battery for some reason. This caught my eye because of the call buttons. I’m pretty sure Apple doesn’t approve and I can only guess that they are trying to fool some morons into thinking that this is the new iPhone they’ve heard so much about.

This luxury phone comes in white and black, both with gold and sports a 2.4 inch display and 2.0-megapixel camera, Bluetooth, Dual SIM slots, microSD slot and other basic functions like Calculator, Calendar, Memo, Alarm, World time, stopwatch and games. It will cost you $115.43. Probably the cheapest phone with an Apple logo.

T250 Designed For Show and Play

Posted in Sony Ericsson,T250 by Chetz on May 10th, 2007

T250 Mobile Phone from Sony EricssonIn addition to the P1 announcement by Sony Ericsson yesterday there was also another mobile phone mentioned, the T250. Whereas the P1 is geared more toward the business spectrum of clients the T250 was designed to serve the needs of those that just want the functionality of a straight phone but with a higher end design style seen on more expensive models (that’s polite talk for saying “It’s cheaper but looks pricey.”

The T250 has a speakerphone, VGA camera, predictive text input for fast text and picture messaging, an in-phone calendar …

Yahoo! Launches Personal Finance Website

Posted in News,Websites,Yahoo by Paul Patterson on January 21st, 2007

Yahoo! Launches Personal Finance WebsiteYahoo! is looking to capture the eyeballs of saavy investors with its recently launched Yahoo! Finance, a new personal finance portal containing a slew of new tools and information ranging from “Banking & Budgeting” to “Retirement.” to help consumers manage their personal finances.

Yahoo! has a continued strategy of aggregating the best tools and information from the industry’s leading providers for a given topic. Yahoo! Finance will include several new “financial centers” as well as tools to help users manage their money. The new Yahoo! Personal Finance features include:

Nine resource centers …

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