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Wednesday, 16 November 2011 14:10

Phosphor announces new World Time line watch

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Cheaper but still with E-ink


Phosphor, a company known for its quite interesting and techy E-Ink wristwatches, has announcned yet another model that will be a part of their World Time series, the World Time Sport watch.

Featuring the same E-ink curved screen as the original World Time watch, the new World Time Sport will be tightly packed and sealed inside a durable plastic case and paired up with flexible silicone band. This time around, Phosphor decided to can the settings button and replace it with buttonless touch operation that allow mode changing and settings by a simple finger swipe over the case.

The new World Time Sport wristwatch will be initially available in black, white and orange colors with a pre-order price set at US $79 while the regular retail price will be US $99.

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