Neptune Pine is a 2.4-inch standalone Android-based wristwatch
The Neptune Pine, as it is called, is a stand-alone device that you can plug your micro-SIM card in. Coming with a 2.4-inch screen that stretches the limits of wristwatch convenience, you get a modified version of Android called Leaf OS. In it are basic apps like clock, phone, camera, mail, maps, browser and so on. You also get apps like a heart rate monitor.
The gadget can connect with others using Bluetooth 4.0 and it sports an 800mAh battery. At least that’s the plan. It’s not yet real, and the developers will have a hard time actually bringing this to market.
But with others like the Pebble smartwatch being extremely popular with customers, and with the big names in the industry like Apple obviously exploring the possibilities of a smartwatch, it is an interesting prospect.
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2. Nathan_ingx posted on 11 Feb 2013, 04:15 1 0
How tiny must my fingers have to be?? 2-3 mms??
5. rusticguy posted on 11 Feb 2013, 04:28 0 0
Don't worry there will be a mini stylus for it or when combined with Google glass who knows you could type just by moving one's eyeballs around ... just suggesting so that this could be patented :)
10. neutralguy posted on 11 Feb 2013, 06:00 1 0
haha had the same thing in mind. Why don't they use AlphaNumeric keys instead of qwerty. Lol'd at this :))
12. bloodline posted on 11 Feb 2013, 07:07 2 1
If that was an apple product you wouldn't even make a joke
3. techsavvy.jaz posted on 11 Feb 2013, 04:23 0 0
I would like to see it on a hand. 2.4" isnt small exactly.. had few mobiles with that screen estate..
6. cezarepc posted on 11 Feb 2013, 04:30 1 1
But I bet they came with harware keyboards/numpad.
11. cezarepc posted on 11 Feb 2013, 06:38 1 1
2.4" touchscreen w/o physical keyboard/numpad? I believe the smallest I ever saw/know is the X10 mini and the keyboard/numpad on that one is very uncomfortable.
21. JC557 posted on 11 Feb 2013, 17:19 0 0
Had a Cowon D2 player and it came with a small stylus. Of course that was a worse screen using resistive instead of capacitive.
Probably would be better for watch/ Heart rate monitors than what's currently on the market for avid runners and the like.
4. nicholassss posted on 11 Feb 2013, 04:28 1 0
id rather have something that my phone pushes notifications too instead of a wrist phone.
7. Piotrek007 posted on 11 Feb 2013, 04:47 1 0
To be honest... the idea is nice, but it looks very cheap and plastic =\ not really a man's watch...
13. PhoenixWright posted on 11 Feb 2013, 07:14 0 0
As long as it can pair with Android/iOS/WP7-8/Symbian/(BB?) :D
14. AnukulVcool posted on 11 Feb 2013, 07:22 0 0
2.4" inch display! thats very big! if so its not a wrist watch but a wrist-clock. just like phablet!
16. ibap posted on 11 Feb 2013, 08:02 0 0
Needs gesture-based equivalent of Graffiti for text entry.
18. brycdavis posted on 11 Feb 2013, 08:17 0 0
The keyboard.....meh. Luckily androids voice recognition is fairly accurate these days.
19. rcranium posted on 11 Feb 2013, 10:09 0 0
Very cool. The obvious next step in portable electronics.
20. DKMDROID posted on 11 Feb 2013, 13:21 0 0
i think for what it is having a messaging app is ridiculous i dont mind having to read received mail on something like this, but typing thats a whole other story personally i think if the message is important enough u can pull your smartphone from your pocket and send a text or email etc.....
23. reindeer_nation posted on 11 Feb 2013, 21:51 0 0
The last picture sends chills down my spine.. must..have...it. I can just imagine tapping emails on that watch:)