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5th March 2014, 05:28 PM   |  #1  
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http://www.amazon.com/TOMOON-T-watch...eywords=tomoon

I picked up one of these as a curiosity, and the specs looked pretty good compared to some other Smartwatches out there. Unfortunately (for me) most of the limited instructions are in Chinese. The watch manager app is fairly weak as well. With these specs, it seems like someone could create a custom ROM that might make this a fun watch to play around with:

Operating system: Android 4.3
Screen size: 1.73 inches
Body size: length 50mm, width 35.5mm, high 7.5mm
Watch material: IML advanced technology, Eink flexible electronic ink screen
Buttons life: more than 100000 times
Resolution: 320 * 240, 16 level gray scale
The frequency of CPU: 1GHZ
RAM: 512MB
Flash Memory: 4GB
Crystal: stability +-10ppm
Bluetooth: V4.0 dual-mode, compatible with the traditional Bluetooth
Battery: 200mAh lithium polymer battery
6th March 2014, 01:55 AM   |  #2  
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You should post some pictures

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7th March 2014, 08:04 PM   |  #3  
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Here's one picture
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8th March 2014, 07:15 PM   |  #4  
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No, if you supposedly already have the watch, post some real pictures... You're not fooling anyone here...

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8th March 2014, 08:22 PM   |  #5  
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Lighten up Francis. I'll take some pictures. Meanwhile, curb you attitude slick!

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8th March 2014, 08:44 PM   |  #6  
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thesparky007 "No, if you supposedly already have the watch, post some real pictures... You're not fooling anyone here..."

Now that you've called me a liar, here are some pics. I suspect you won't be man enough to apologize, you're not fooling anyone here...
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"No Message" and it's icon look almost "burned" into the screen.
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Lol... I see no reason to apologize kid..

But is that screen burn-in that I see in the last few pictures?

Watch looks like crap for 200$

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Lol... I see no reason to apologize kid..

But is that screen burn-in that I see in the last few pictures?

Watch looks like crap for 200$

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You don't? Totally classless!

I didn't pay $200 for it. I didn't buy it on amazon, I just posted the link because it's in English on Amazon.. I just posted this up here for discussion, not to be insulted. If you don't like the post, ignore it. Don't start fights.....kid.
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"No Message" and it's icon look almost "burned" into the screen.

I thought the notification screen looked like burn in as well at first, but I did get it to show the number of messages. The screen is low budget, all plastic. There is burn in from the icons as well. The watch case does feel like aluminum. The watch itself is a nice concept, just very poorly executed.
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