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AGENT smart watch Packs Powerful Performance & Incredible Battery Life



/ 4 years ago

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At CES this year I had the pleasure of checking out a few early “smart watch” ideas, many of which were based around the Android platform, featuring device tethering between the watch and your smart phone, packing all kinds of cool functionality, but they all had one truly epic and fundamentally damning fault, they all had terrible battery life, some of them wouldn’t even last a full 24 hours, pointless.

AGENT looks set to change that, now being called the world’s smartest watch thanks to its unrivaled battery life, combined with Qi wireless charging and it’s already up on Kickstarter to get further funding. AGENT brings all that you need, long battery, apps, performance and two-way comms with your smart phone.

Like many other smart watches on the market this one is able to change its face at the touch of a button, giving countless customisation options for the end-user. It can communicate with iOS, Android and Windows Phone 8 smartphones.

The watch is powered by the punchy ARM Cortex-MX CPU and a 2nd AVR co-processors… IN A WATCH! All that power and still long battery life is simply incredible, but should juice start running low you can charge via the Ai charging pad or just use a standard MicroUSB connection.

Specs

  • 120MHz ARM Cortex-M4 processor
  • with secondary AVR co-processor
  • 1.28″ Memory Display (128 x 128)
  • with intelligent backlighting
  • Anti-glare glass lens
  • Bluetooth 4.0 BD/EDR + LE
  • 3-axis accelerometer
  • Ambient light sensor
  • Vibration motor
  • 7 days battery life (typical)
  • 30 days in watchface-only mode
  • Qi wireless charging
  • Water resistant (ATMs: TBD)
  • AGENT OS 1.0
  • including .NET Micro Framework 4.3
  • RoHS, Pb-free
  • Designed for repair and recycling
  • including replaceable battery

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  • Wayne

    Smart watch. What next… Smart underpants to remind you when it’s time to go?

    • JMHJ

      I somewhat agree, but i have to admit, it must be nifty being able to read an SMS, change your music etc on your watch instead of having to take out your phone. But I dont really see it being worth its cost, unless it can do something I cannot think about.