i’mWatch: An iPhone for your Wrist

In the past we’ve seen, many concepts of “iWatch” including iPod Nano. One  just needed to buy a strap and fix iPod Nano on it.  But now it looks that finally, one will get to see something that although not Apple, may be a worthy companion for the iPhone.

The i’mWatch clock works like a mini laptop and the user can easily synchronize it with his iPhone. It can also be used as a supplement from which the user can check calls, mails, messages, and receive notifications.

Browsing through the list of its of features, makes you wonder whether you would ever need to take your iPhone out of your pocket:

Ø  Receive calls and see you caller’s name and number.

Ø  Make calls using the keypad or your iPhone’s address book.

Ø  Receive text messages and emails.

Ø  See the weather forecast for your city.

Ø  See your Facebook news feed.

Ø  Receive notifications from Facebook, Twitter and Foursquare.

Ø  Download music from the i’music store.

Ø  Listen to the radio.

Ø  Download apps from the i’m store.

Ø  View your iPhone’s photo collection, arranged by album.

Ø  View stock market data.

Ø  Receive notifications for Calendar appointments and reminders.

The i’mWatch app store is totally separate from the normal app store and the list of i’mWatch app’s will increase over time. Applications like MySpace, Facebook, Radio, Foursquare, Time, Agenda or news Skype and Twitter will available during launch and the SDK is provided to the developers, so they can create their own applications.

The i’mWatch will hit the market in September and company has decided to launch five different models: Yellow gold, Pink gold, White gold & Diamonds, Black gold and Titanium. The material which is using this watch is very expensive and it directly shakes the overall cost of watch. I hope you admire the amazing features of i’mWatch!

i’mWatch will cost 599€ for the Titanium  basic model. The supreme luxurious model is the White gold & diamonds model which costs 14,999€. The other three are priced at 11,999€. Like for iPod Touch, engraving too is available here for i’mWatch, but at an extra 2,000€.

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