Citizen (El precio varía entre los 400 y 500 Euros)
Blue Tiger, el primer lápiz stylus sensible a la presión con Bluetooth 4.0 para iPad
Another great phenomenon is that of measuring bracelets, which have been booming since last year. In short, what you are wearing these days is technology that you can “wear” as an accessory to your clothes every time you leave home. But if there is something in common with all these devices, it is that they are clearly focused on a geek audience that likes to show this kind of technology, as such their designs are usually focused on that target. Citizen has thought differently and therefore has presented, similar to Casio, a clock capable of synchronizing with our iPhone but with a traditional design.
Citizen bets on what it does best, a traditional watch but with a modern touch that makes use of the brand’s typical technologies such as recharging by light, perpetual calendar, anti-glare glass, chronometer … and to all that adds Bluetooth 4.0 technology that allows you to be constantly synchronized with our iPhone 4S or 5 without excessive battery consumption. Also, since the watch charges automatically, consumption will not be a problem in the future.
The integrated functions relating to the notifications are basic but sufficient: message notification, calendar and time synchronisation, use of the search function, calls, emails and calendar notifications . The biggest complaint of the device analysis is the complication of using the device, although hopefully this can be improved at some point with some software update, since everything else is quite attractive.