Neptune Pine, World’s First Independent Smartwatch

Neptune Pine, World’s First Independent Smartwatch
August 13 14:47 2014 Print This Article

Neptune PineWearable technology has become a trendy concept nowadays. People are becoming more open to wearing their devices and gadgets and free up their hands to do something more worthwhile. Smart glasses and the wide selection of fitness watches are the first of the many wearable tech devices that are becoming popular. And now, you can add the Neptune Pine into this mix, the world’s first independent smartwatch.

The Neptune Pine is a full-featured smartphone designed into a wearable watch design. People can use it to make and receive calls and text messages. Users can even use it to browse the Web, check emails and even take pictures or shoot video. People can even watch videos and play music using the Neptune Pine. It is a smartphone that you can wear on your wrist.

The Neptune Pine also comes with other features such as a fitness tracker with several built-in sensors such as a pedometer, compass and GPS. The 2.4-inch capacitive touch screen enables users to access menus and keyboard for navigation and input. The display unit is removable from the wrist strap and can be attach on a mount or other accessories to take further advantage of its front (VGA) and rear end (5MP) cameras for shooting videos or taking pictures. It runs on Android, so users need not worry about compatibility issues.

People who find wearing their smartphone instead of always holding it will find the Neptune Pine Smartwatch useful and convenient. The only challenge will be the limited display screen, which can make using the virtual keyboard to send messages difficult. But if people are willing to deal with such hassles, the Neptune Pine is something worth having. The company has recently shipped out the first shipment for its early adopters who ordered the smartwatch during its Kickstarter campaign. People can now pre-order the Neptune Pine as expect it in their hands sometime in the fourth quarter of this year. The 16GB version goes for $349 while the 32GB version costs $449.

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