The inPulse for BlackBerry smartwatch keeps you well informed

The inPulse for BlackBerry smartwatch keeps you well informed
If you are in a situation where you need to keep track of your e-mails, phone calls or text messages, but cannot be caught with your BlackBerry out as you stare at the screen constantly, the inPulse for BlackBerry might be a wise investment. The smartwatch passes messages along to you about e-mails, phone calls, text messages and calendar reminders that you failed to see on your BlackBerry handset. You can even see a listing showing the names or phone numbers of recent callers, the title of e-mails that were sent to you, and the time and location of your next appointment. When a call comes in for your BlackBerry, the watch will vibrate and caller ID shows of the number of the person who disturbed your important meeting. You get the positives of staying connected via BlackBerry, but you get to have your hands free. The watch runs $149 and can be pre-ordered at No launch date has been revealed. As we told you when we last wrote about this device in January, the inPulse is not a phone, but is basically an extension of your handset.

source: Allerta via Crackberry



1. BlackberryUser

Posts: 609; Member since: Jun 26, 2009

People won't notice you starting at your watch 24/7?

2. ZeroC00L

Posts: 11; Member since: Apr 22, 2010

I cant wait to put it to my ear and talk into it in public!!! ESPECIALLY at an Obama speech... Im sure the snipers wont pick me off!!! You gotta be cool and flip it upside down so you have to talk into your wrist, like the Secret Service tho... Its the nerd's version of shooting a gun sideways. WU-TAAAAAANG... WU-TAAAAAAANG!!! (PS I know its not a phone... but... Just a matter of time!!)

4. marcpierre17

Posts: 1; Member since: Apr 28, 2010

dude jus buy a SE mw-600...clip it on the cuff of ur sleeve an there u hav it!

3. jrcrow79

Posts: 477; Member since: May 02, 2008 do u text/call someone?..any demo?

5. jcoberg10

Posts: 112; Member since: Oct 30, 2009

"the inPulse is not a phone, but is basically an extension of your handset." You must not have read that sentence. How long are these meetings that people can't take 15 minutes away from there blackberry. And then check your missed calls/text/emails, after the meeting is finished.

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