The Revolutionizing MP4 Watch…


The MP4 watch has been revolutionizing the present watch industry. movies being able to be played on the hand is actually a attractive offer to us techno geeks.however eventhough there are several features that are available with these watches , there are certain things which may seem inane to us.

First of all,let us see the good news

The MP4 Watch is a multi-media marvel on your wrist. It is of course a watch, but aside from its rather cool watch face, it also plays MP3’s, Movies and shows off your Photos! With 2GB of internal memory and a 3.8cm colour screen, you can now watch movies, display your photos and listen to your favourite tracks all from your wrist. The watch charges up from the mains, has a USB cable for downloading your music, picture and video files from your PC, and shuffle, volume, mode, play and pause are all controlled easily by buttons on the side of the watch. It comes with all the software you need (PC only), a set of bud headphones, has an eight hour playback for music and video, and even operates as a Dictaphone – it’s a multi-media centre on your wrist.

Features

  • A sleek black digital watch that plays MP4 videos.
  • An onboard memory of 2GB.
  • A 1.5inch colour screen.
  • High resolution pixel image 128 x 128.
  • Displays the time and date in digital format.
  • Supports MP3, WMA, MP4 (NXV) and JPEG formats.
  • High quality digital recording and playback function.
  • 5 equaliser modes.
  • The watch sports buttons for; Menu, Play, Forward, Back, Mode change and Volume.
  • A USB cable for downloading music, pictures and video files from your PC.
  • Headphones.
  • 8 hours of playback.
  • Charge the watch with a mains adaptor (UK adaptor included) or USB cable (included).
  • Requires a USB port.
  • Requires Windows 98/SE/ME/XP.
  • CD with set-up software.
  • The watch is black in colour with rubber straps.
  • Suitable for ages 14 years+.
  • Size: 28 x 4 x 1cm.

The above features are cool and mind-boggling,yet this chinese brand is better let gone than bought. There are no signs of ownership in this watch and would definitely be of those Chinese upstarts that mix quirkness with brilliance. However rich the watch may seem to you, it is simply a pain having to watch movies or videos with one arm up.The USB is not fast enough and takes aeons to get videos to be transferred to the watch.The MP4 watch is supposed to play NX-AVI format, which in practice means nothing will work unless you use the bundled software. The software doesn’t take much time to convert files, and could manage all the avi files we threw at it. However, while playing back you have to take the watch off, or else it’s damn uncomfortable. The small size of the screen only makes matters worse. While resizing, the video gets squeezed and the characters take on an elongated alien look.

You can play MP3 and WMA formats, which are done perfectly, and there’s also support for WAV. The FM radio is kinda nutty. It doesn’t auto-scan, and the reception isn’t that good! If you’re indoors, just forget about it. The player has 6 preset EQ modes and a voice recorder. The player can also read text files, but using this feature can be a pain.

Sound clarity is pretty decent and can manage through. This watch is for all James Bond enthusiasts who would go nuts over to just buy a watch that would be difficult to see time but cool on the looks and gritty on the features.

P.S: The screen automatically switches off after 2 minutes if it remains idle. The watch has to be switched on once again by pressing the MODE button continuously for about 2 seconds..

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Posted on January 18, 2008, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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