Smart Watches Technology Review

You probably want a smart watch to do cool things like opening doors or shopping, but there’s a lot he still compatible

That is why you probably want a Smart Watch: you can use it to do cool things, like open doors, buy coffee and call cars .

That is why you probably won’t buy a for at least five years: there are a lot of doors, stores or rent your compatible smart clock.

In electronic display IFA in Berlin this week, Samsung Electronics Co., Lenovo Group and Huawei exhibited enhanced resources, updated watches as NFC payment and ability to interact with other devices, such as your mobile phone, thermostat or minivan.

The obstacle is that there are now several years before there are enough sensors in homes, businesses and vehicles to worthwhile use a smart watch.

“For the clocks to become more popular and dominant, they need to offer various capabilities to be relevant,” said Andy Griffiths, Director of the Division of the United Kingdom and Ireland from Samsung.

“Our schedule is planned for 2020”.

Companies such as Samsung, Intel Corp. and Philips NV are doing their part to create an ecosystem, releasing kits of domestic sensors that control thermostats, lights and appliances using a smartphone, and pressing for the development of payment systems with mobile technology.


The barriers are enormous. At IFA, Intel made a demonstration of wireless charging plates that can be placed under desks or tables for load appliances, but said that such a system is not available, at least until the end of next year.

“We have to make that up from scratch,” said Kirk Skaugen, Senior Vice President of Client Computing Group, Intel, on presentation in which announced the initiative.

Meanwhile, new smart watch manufacturers are filling up the CELLPHONEEXPLORER.COM.

Gartner Inc. estimates that about 40 million of these devices will be sold this year. Although technology companies will sell 40 times more mobile phones than watches this year, sales of smart watches multiply by eight, said Gartner.

The smart clock from Apple, which hit the market in April, should equate to about half of sales in 2015, said Annette Zimmermann, an analyst at Gartner.

There will also be a “flood of Chinese suppliers ‘ selling smart watches in a reduced scale for only $30, especially in China, which is equivalent to a growing slice of the market.

“The question is always the same: ‘ how quickly people are moving out? ‘” said Zimmermann. “In fact, it seems to be practical to run with your Apple Watch out, you don’t even have to take your smartphone and, in back, you can stop by the Starbucks and buy something without being with your wallet or with your phone. But this requires a change in behavior “.

Prepare your fist

Here are some of the newest Smart Watches:

* Samsung Gear S2: can be used while swimming; uses the new operating system Citizen, from Samsung

* Sony SmartWatch clock 3: voice-controlled device with integrated GPS and water-resistant to 1.5 m depth

* Apple Watch: the market leader; read emails, call the Siri and make and receive calls on your wrist

* Huawei Watch: round display design, inspired by the Swiss watches, with a heart rate monitor and six integrated motion sensors

* Motorola Moto 360: comes in male and female versions; monitors your steps, calories and heart rate

* Asus Zenwatch: includes designs for more than 50 viewers and an application that allows you to create your own display

  1. wrist Computers

São Paulo – recent news that most of the major technology is investing in the development of smart watches. Names like Apple (and your possible iWatch), Samsung, LG, Google and Microsoft are part of this list. But despite the smart watches have become the focus of attention in recent months, these devices are already on the market for decades. Check out this gallery of images a selection that shows the evolution of these gadgets that already emerged in the years 70.

  1. Pulsar Time Computer/Calculator-1975

First wristwatch to come equipped with a calculator, the Pulsar Time Computer Calculator was launched in the mid-‘ 70, by the company Pulsar. The clock had four batteries: two for your LED screen and two for the calculator. For the male audience, the model came with a pen that allowed the user to access to keys.

  1. Seiko Date 2000-1978

Released in 1983, the 2000 Date of Seiko came accompanied by a kind of keyboard, in which the user registered the data. When coupling the watch to the accessory, the information was transferred to the device. Was still able to store data like phone numbers, appointments and, of course, do the math. It was called 2000 Date because bear only 2000 characters.

  1. Epson RC-20-1985

With ares of conventional digital watch, Seiko Epson RC-20 was equipped with a microprocessor, 8 K of ROM and 2 K of RAM. In addition to storing contacts and view the time in different parts of the world, the RC-20 even allowed the user to transfer certain computer programs to watch.

  1. Casio CFX-400-1985

Manufactured by Casio, the CFX-400 was a watch equipped with calculator whose functions were beyond the similar products of the season. In addition to add or subtract, for example, was able to calculate square root and exponential functions. In other words, it was a kind of scientific calculator.

  1. Timex DataLink-1994

Developed by Timex in partnership with Microsoft, the Datalink line was designed to become an even more portable alternative to the then famous palmtops. Water resistant, the advantage of the line was allowing data transfer from the computer to the watch without the need to connect them. The family was famous for having received a NASA certification approved your use in space, becoming the official line of the astronauts.

  1. Samsung SPH-WP10-1999

At the time of your release, the SPH-WP10 was celebrated by Samsung as the smallest and lightest wireless device on the planet. In addition, the gadget could be used as a phone. The device didn’t count on keyboard, and to register the numbers, it was necessary that the user was selecting one by one through the button located below the display.

  1. IBM 1.5 daily world buzz – 2000

In the early 2000, IBM joined the Citizen, consecrated watch manufacturer, to develop a gadget based on the Linux operating system. This partnership emerged the daily world buzz 1.5. Connectivity was provided via Bluetooth and could be thrown through voice commands. In addition, counted with accelerometer and fingerprint sensor.

  1. Fossil Wrist PDA-2003

Based on the Palm OS operating system, the smart watch developed by Fossil hit the market in 2003 and was sold for $250. As well as the palmtops, the gadget of the Fossil was able to sync with computers. A problem was that the watch was heavy, 108 grams, and had a design somewhat unfavorable for your purpose, which was to be a computer.

  1. Swatch Paparazzi-2004

Developed by Swatch and Microsoft, the Paparazzi would get content, such as news and messages, for example, through the FM frequency based on a Microsoft technology called SPOT, the smart watch was part of a team of models released from various partnerships with manufacturers such as Tissot in Switzerland. The model of Swatch cost 150 dollars.

  1. One WIMM – 2011

The WIMM One, manufactured by WIMM Labs, was an intelligent Android-based clock whose connectivity could be made via WiFi or Bluetooth. Through an app, WIMM One was able to transfer messages and calls to alert a smartphone for the clock. Currently, the clock is out of line, but it is possible that the Labs be upon WIMM news on sleeve: in your site, the company says it has entered into an “exclusive and confidential” relationship with another technology company.

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