Results 1 to 3 of 3
01-24-2013, 12:28 PM #1
Cookoo- Bluetooth smart watch with iOS capabilities.
Among the many exhibitors that were vying for attention at the CES show room floor last week were makers of connected smart watches. Pebble, the most highly funded Kickstarter project to date, already teased “big news” at CES as it readies to finally launch its Android and iOS connected E-Paper Watch.
You can now put Cookoo on your list of CES smart watch announcements. Another Kickstarter project, the Cookoo watch just launched worldwide as an iOS and Android connected accessory supporting low-power Bluetooth Smart (Bluetooth 4.0) networking.
In the case of Apple’s platform, the scratch and water-resistant Cookoo watch supports the iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, iPad mini, iPad 3/4 and fifth-gen iPod touch and uses a button-cell battery so it doesn’t need to be recharged like typical smart watches do…
Billed as a “wearable extension of your smartphone that helps manage your connected life”, this watch taps a dedicated app to relay various notifications from your smartphone.
The blurb says:
Have you ever missed a call because you couldn’t hear your phone? Or found yourself constantly checking for a new text, email, or Facebook message? The Cookoo watch will let you know what’s happening on your phone in real time — even if you can’t see or reach it.
A Mode button mutes the audible alerts or turns the vibrations on or off.
Supported notifications include alerts for email messages, incoming and missed calls, calendar reminders and Facebook messages. It can also notify you when your iOS or Android device is low on battery or out of Bluetooth 4.0 range.
You gotta appreciate its beautifully designed analog watch face.
It’ll run you $129, comes in five colors and is available at the http://store.cookoowatch.com/Cookoo web store.
Last edited by ToxicJew.; 01-24-2013 at 12:35 PM.
01-24-2013, 12:34 PM #2
Awfully nice. I'm normally don't wear watches but that'd be nice to own though.
Fixed your image and webstore link btw Hence my edit .
01-24-2013, 12:36 PM #3
I normally don't wear watches either, but the Pebble one looks nice: http://www.codeleakers.com/showthrea...g-January-23rd
Tags for this Thread