inPulse Smartwatch pairs with your Android phone

by Robert Nazarian on
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We’ve seen a number of watches that either have Android onboard or work in conjunction with your Android phone. inPulse just released a new smartwatch, which is a wrist-computer that pairs with some Android and BlackBery phones to receive notifications or even check-in to Facebook places. There are also a number of watchapps that include different watch faces, as well as an app that lets you control PowerPoint presentations. If you own a Galaxy Nexus, Nexus S, Nexus One, any Motorola device, or a CyanogenMod based phone, you can pair it to the inPulse. Unfortunately HTC and Samsung have an incompatible Bluetooth stack. It’s priced at $150.

I would love to hear from you guys. Do any of you own a smartwatch to go along with your Android phone? I’m not seeing too many out there. Checkout a couple of videos after the break.

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[via inpulse through engadget]

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  • Anonymous

    Of course…no women’s models.

    Sigh.

  • Gregory Opera

    Well I use Sony Ericsson’s “LiveView” watch, and it’s a brilliant bit of kit… With plug-ins available from the Android Market, I’m able to download dozens of “mini apps” for my LiveView which enhance the LiveView experience.

    Judging by the video above, the interface is a LOT better, too…