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inPulse watch for BlackBerry stops for wrist-on photos

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inPulse watch for BlackBerry stops for wrist-on photos
A few months ago we gave you the 411 on the inPulse watch for BlackBerry users. Back in October, preorders were being taken by the manufacturer of the device, Canada's Allerta. The watch is close to actually being released and Engadget was able to obtain "wrist-on" pictures of the inPulse adorning the arm of a BlackBerry user. Not a phone, as we warned you before, the inPulse comes in a brushed metal body and a leather strap with a 1.3 inch OLED display that gives you notification when you have a new email, text or a message on BlackBerry Messenger.

When a new email and SMS message is sent to your 'Berry, the inPulse will alert you and push the message to the display on your wrist. If a phone call comes in to your handset, a vibrating motor starts running and caller ID shows the number of the caller on your watch.Even if your hands are full and your BlackBerry is in your pocket and out of reach, you can stay connected with the inPulse watch.And because the watch grabs the time from your smartphone, you can use your BlackBerry to set the watch, change alarm times and modify the calendar. The inPulse costs $149 and for more info, check the source link. For BlackBerry users, this looks like a very important gadget that expands the functionality of their phone.

source: Allerta via EngadgetMobile, Crackberry
inPulse watch for BlackBerry stops for wrist-on photos
inPulse watch for BlackBerry stops for wrist-on photos

inPulse watch for BlackBerry stops for wrist-on photos
inPulse watch for BlackBerry stops for wrist-on photos

inPulse watch for BlackBerry stops for wrist-on photos

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posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:44

1. beric08 (Posts: 2; Member since: 02 Jan 2010)


Now if we could get something similar for the Droid we'd be set.

posted on 11 Jan 2010, 17:10

2. CANUHEARMENOW (Posts: 26; Member since: 07 Jan 2010)


There is a very small market for this device im sure. Mostly people who NEED to know at all times if they get an email or message. Most likely only corporate blackberry fiends. ;)

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