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Wristwatch running windows...?!

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Whilst sorting through old emails, I stumbled upon the email I'd received about a wristwatch phone just before xmas.

I thought I'd have another look at their site and discovered a new model. The M500.

After watching the Flash presentation on their site for a while it would appear to show this watch/phone running WM.... surely a mistake...right? ;)

http://www.mymobilewatch.com/mproducts.html

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Whilst sorting through old emails, I stumbled upon the email I'd received about a wristwatch phone just before xmas.

I thought I'd have another look at their site and discovered a new model. The M500.

After watching the Flash presentation on their site for a while it would appear to show this watch/phone running WM.... surely a mistake...right? ;)

http://www.mymobilewatch.com/mproducts.html

I don't think its an MS one,.. Microsoft has its own Watch OS (Spot)//

This runs Java and has a touch screen

The water-resistant M500 works on GSM Quadband frequencies which are 850Mhz, 900Mhz, 1800Mhz and 1900Mhz. This allows any individual who has a GSM SIM card to use the M500 in any country around the world. The M500 has a built-in MP3 and MP4 player, Voice Bluetooth, Data Bluetooth, Flash Memory, 128MB standard memory, plus supports T-Flash card and U Disk functionality for all JM2E applications. TFT Touchscreen is the biggest advantage of this unique device.

I dread to think how much it costs... but I NEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEED one

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