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- Jun 18, 2010
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9to5 Mac reports on the announcement today by Meta Watch of a smartwatch that links up with your iOS device via the low-energy Bluetooth 4.0 technology. The watch is designed to work in conjunction with an iOS app that can be used to customize the notifications that will appear on the display. According to 9to5 Mac, not only will the smartwatch be able to display the usual info that you might expect, such as mail and phone call notifications, it will also be able display almost any sort of data that the user chooses. 9to5 Mac says that Meta Watch, which comprises ex-Nokia and Fossil executives, has managed to overcome early teething troubles involved in getting the watch to interface with iOS, thanks to being able to use Bluetooth 4.0. The smartwatch has a 96x96 pixel LCD display, 6 fully programmable buttons, a 3-axis accelerometer, vibrating motor, and ambient light sensor, and is due to go on sale sometime this month, for $199.
Meta Watch announces first Bluetooth 4.0 smartwatch for iOS, ships to devs this month | 9to5Mac | Apple Intelligence
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