Rufus Cuff Monster is a wearable with a 3 inch screen, a web browser and more
The Rufus Cuff Monster supports the full Google Play Store, and if you don't have a smartphone to connect with, the device will work over Wi-Fi. You can even make VoIP calls and video calls in this manner. With GPS, an accelerometer and a gyroscope, the Cuff Monster will support your favorite fitness apps. The product is splash proof and will allow you to check texts in the rain. The measurements are 79mm x 54mm x 11mm.
The Rufus Cuff Monster in the waning days of trying to raise $200,000 on IndieGoGo, and it is going to come down to the wire. With eight days left, the device has raised $160,000. The target is $200,000. Delivery of the Cuff Monster is expected this September if the project is funded, and you can reserve one by contributing $249 toward the funding goal.
The Rufus Cuff Monster features a 3 inch screen with a 400 x 240 resolution. Right now it includes 2GB of RAM, although is expected to double when the product is released. There is 16GB of native storage. A Texas Instruments Cortex A8 processor is driving the device, which is powered by a 1000mAh battery.
Check out a video of the product, and see a size comparison chart against the Samsung Gear 2 and the Pebble, by viewing the slideshow below.
source: IndieGoGo via GSMArena