Concept Watch from Fossil Connects to Android Phones

Fossil, the company who makes watches, wallets, money clips and more, have been working on a new concept.  New to them, not to the world.  A small team within the company has put together a connected watch which will connect to Android and BlackBerry devices. Yes, there have been plenty of failed attempts at this idea, but Fossil thinks they have learned from others.

It will be at least a few months before these come out. The phones are currently being shown around to developers where they are asked to look at ways to best utilize them. Look for these to have a price tag of around $200 when these arrive.  Be sure to head to Scobleizer to check out a few more pictures.

Any desire to wear a watch like this?

Via: AndroidCommunity

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2 Comments

  1. Globe
    December 15, 11:06 Reply

    Fossil makes the Sony Ericsson bluetooth watches.

  2. Ronell
    December 15, 14:10 Reply

    For the past 10 or so years that I’ve had a cell phone, I haven’t felt a need for a watch. If anything, then bluetooth headsets can have an LCD so they can display the time. Alternatively, some keypress on your bluetooth headset (or on your smartphone while in the pocket) could speak the time for you.

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