Olivier says: “I used to lose my USB key often so I came up with the idea to attach the USB key to my watch. Basically, the features are identical as the Escape C watch (skype, MP3 and Bluetooth) with the possibility to use bluetooth headphones and the USB key to store music or any computer data. Continue reading Konect Tokyo USB Concept Watch→
Get Twitter and Facebook updates instantly to your wrist. This concept watch has integrated Bluetooth so that when you pair with your smartphone, any notifications received will be transmitted directly to your watch. Great for keeping up to date with what’s going on with your friends and with trending topics across the globe. You can scan through recent notifications by pressing the buttons.
Reading the time is simple, just add the blocks; 12 blocks for hours, 5 blocks for groups of 10 minutes and single minutes 1-9. The design is made of stainless steel and also has world time and date. Continue reading Instant Trend→
A wrist watch concept that uses e-paper to show the time digitally in negative space. This design also vibrates to give message and call notifications from your cell phone which appear on the screen via Bluetooth wireless technology.
Operation buttons are positioned at the bottom of the strap creating a slim bracelet style appearance. The time can be read simply by looking for the digital numbers which are shown between the dark dots. Continue reading E-Paper Timing→
Functionally, this concept Bluetooth receiver can be used with earphones to answer calls hands free, to listen to music in comfort while on the move or to use Skype while moving around your room freely. It’s also a time piece.
The key to this concept is versatility. With its velcro strap, you could wear it high up on your arm and attach earphones for calls, you could attach it to a keychain or key ring, add earphones and put it in your pocket to listen to music or you could wear it on your wrist like a regular watch.