Running Android, the WIMM One is a versatile module that can be plugged into a variety of accessories — wristbands, lanyards, and so on. With Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, users can install their own apps and connect to their smartphones to receive call and text alerts.
Nov. 9, 2011
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What You Need To Know
- Splash resistant
- Comes pre-loaded with a selection of watch faces and productivity apps, such as: calendar, weather, timer and world clock.
- The Micro App store will launch in early 2012
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