Phosphor has released quite a few watches over the past few years, including the recently reviewed World Time Sport Watch. Today we’re going to look at one of the original fully-digital models, the Phosphor E-Ink Digital Hour Watch with Black Polyurethane Band. Functionally, it’s identical to the stainless steel version but with a flexible, sporty strap.
The ebook reader war is on with most major vendors adding more features for a lower price. But do you really need all that “fancy stuff” like a backlight, WiFi, 3G or an 8 week inbuilt battery? Well if German company txtr has their way, you’ll be saying no. The txtr beagle has a 5″ e-ink […]
Seiko introduced the first e-Ink watch in 2005, and they have announced their next generation watch to be released later this year. The new watch will have an active-matrix display and 80,000 pixels, each capable of four different shades of gray. The Active Matrix EPD (electrophoretic display) screen will have 300 dpi resolution, which will produce a […]