Metallic Video Watch with OLED Screen

For a wristwatch to be considered truly geeky it should have one of two things – the ability to play audio and video or some kind of communication functionality (like a built-in cell phone). Well, you can definitely put a big bold check mark in the “yes” column for the Metallic Video Watch with OLED Screen. With a full color screen this watch displays video and images very nicely with a 128×128 pixel resolution. The OLED screen is crisp and bright and the watch itself is surprisingly well proportioned (not thick or bulky). It also has a stylish band and metal case.

Audio is accommodated very nicely, with MP3/WMA playback and 5 equalizer modes. A built-in microphone allows recording of notes to self, meetings, conversations or various ramblings for later playback. Battery charges via USB and sports a 7 hour play time (4 hours for video playback). Available with 2GB storage capacity.

  • Built-in 2GB flash memory
  • Plays videos in full color on 128×128 pixel screen. Impressive crisp, bright display
  • Clock displays time and date (day, month, year)
  • Plays MP3 and WMA music
  • View images (thumbnails, slideshow, manual)
  • Voice recording and playback with built-in microphone
  • 5-equalizer modes, super bass 3-D sound effect playing modes
  • Battery charges via USB
  • Leather band
  • USB 1.1
  • Dimensions: 1.6″ x 1.5″ x .5″ thick (4cm x 3.8cm x 1.2cm)
  • Band Length: 8.66″ (22cm)
  • Includes: earphones, mini CD with video conversion software, user guide, USB cable, Wall AC-to-USB charger

2GB $99.99

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Two groups ask why AT&T needs a cap

Public Knowledge and the New America Foundation’s Open Technology Initiative asked the FCC in a letter Friday why AT&T has cap and is it justified.

The AT&T broadband caps are “particularly aggressive,” said the letter, signed by Harold Feld, legal director at Public Knowledge, and Sascha Meinrath, director of the Open Technology Initiative.

AT&T motives appear to be for profit and not the improvement of service to consumers.

At&t DSL cap

At&t plans to cap customers unlimited internet service to 150GB or 250GB for Uverse members. At&t continues to nickle and dime it’s customers to death. And while they claim 2% of customers will be affected, how long before more people will run over the cap due to increasing high bandwidth streaming content like Netflix, Hulu Plus, Gaming, and Youtube. What At&t won’t due is lower it’s rates, provide the speed that they promise, or provide better service.

via Engadget