Rufus Cuff Monster is a wearable with a 3 inch screen, a web browser and more

Rufus Cuff Monster is a wearable with a 3 inch screen, a web browser and more
If you're looking for a wearable that gives you the smartphone experience on your wrist, you might want to try the Rufus Cuff Monster. But you will need to wait to see if the project gets fully funded. More on that below. This is a device with a 3 inch screen and when connected to your iOS or Android phone, will let you make or take phone calls directly from the device. And with a full web browser, you have the internet on your wrist. A full screen QWERTY lets you reply to messages, or you can dictate messages using the voice support on the unit.

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


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