Kempler & Strauss Launch A GSM Watch Phone

October 6, 2009
Kempler & Strauss says that it has launched the world's smallest full-function GSM quad-band cell phone watch, the W PhoneWatch.

The W PhoneWatch features a touchscreen with an intuitive micro-touch interface that enables users to operate the phone by fingertip, eliminating the need for a stylus to dial phone numbers or create text messages.

The W PhoneWatch allows users to store up to 4GB of music, voice recordings, photos, or video via the integrated micro SD slot, and supports playback of all multimedia files.

The feature set also includes: calendar, address book, voicemail, SMS, call log, speed dial, ring tones with vibration mode, calculator, stopwatch, and various games and utilities.

The W PhoneWatch incorporates a GSM phone that supports the 850MHz, 900MHz, 1800MHz, and 1900MHz bands. Fully compatible with Bluetooth v2.0 headset and hands-free devices, the W PhoneWatch incorporates a still camera and an integrated video camera.

The W PhoneWatch, which can be charged by USB or via the included battery charger, provides up to 150 minutes talk time, up to 150 minutes of music playback, and up to 100 hours of standby time.

The Kempler & Strauss W Phone Watch is backed by a one-year warranty and is available at a list price of $199 USD via authorized Kempler & Strauss distributors.

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