1. strifion1's Avatar
    Hi everyone, I'm interested in this cool new Smartwatch that runs a modified version of Android. It's announced as the world's first independent Smartwatch, which means it doesn't need to be paired with another mobile device. So for those of you who are tired of carrying a heavy smartphone in your pocket, this could be the solution because it's wearable and utilitarian. It features a 2.4" touchscreen which the company claims to have no problem at all with texting, It has the same size of an iPhone's keyboard. For more information, visit: http://www.neptunepine;.com

    I think that this gadget is pretty cool and it could replace the Smartphone. You can use it as your main device for simple yet important function such as calling, texting.. and use a 5" pocketable tablet (ex: Galaxy Note II) for web browsing and gaming.
    02-11-2013 10:52 AM
  2. xlDeMoNiClx's Avatar
    Hi everyone, I'm interested in this cool new Smartwatch that runs a modified version of Android. It's announced as the world's first independent Smartwatch, which means it doesn't need to be paired with another mobile device. So for those of you who are tired of carrying a heavy smartphone in your pocket, this could be the solution because it's wearable and utilitarian. It features a 2.4" touchscreen which the company claims to have no problem at all with texting, It has the same size of an iPhone's keyboard. For more information, visit: http://www.neptunepine;.com

    I think that this gadget is pretty cool and it could replace the Smartphone. You can use it as your main device for simple yet important function such as calling, texting.. and use a 5" pocketable tablet (ex: Galaxy Note II) for web browsing and gaming.
    A "heavy" smartphone? This has to be a bot, seeing as phones are getting pretty light. Also, no person would be dumb enough to think a watch could replace a smartphone anytime soon.
    02-11-2013 10:58 AM

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