Big smartphones permanently etched in our daily lives, could it also came time for oversized smart watches?

While at the market there are various smartwatch'y, so much like that (I believe) most of you did not see before you … Rufus Cuff, or "handheld communicator." Not without reason so say its creators themselves, because after seeing the pictures on the mind immediately receive a call the watch and a small tablet. At the outset, it is worth noting that this is not new. The project in 2014. Received funding for implementation through service Indiegogo where he won the hearts of Internet users is exceeding the required amount of about 80% (about 750 000 $). At the beginning of the promo video – I invite you to look at. YouTube Preview Image Most important in all this? For example, that you can now pre-order it and it costs $ 249. Depending on the requirements also introduced higher capacity – 32 GB variant is priced at $ 324 and the 64 GB version will cost around $ 399. With this money, users get the device with the following specifications:

  • 3.2-inch TFT screen;
  • A9 processor from Texas Instruments;
  • 1 GB of RAM;
  • 16/32/64 GB of built-in memory;
  • WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth 4.0;
  • camera, flashlight
  • The battery has a capacity of 1175 mAh;
  • Weight: 113 grams;
  • Android KitKat;

Specification (today) does not impress, but remember that year when this type of technological solutions is a long time. The creators bravely went so far as to create a "communicator" of considerable size, however, they regret the SIM card slot, so Rufus Cuff can not replace the phone. Smart watch is 11 mm, and so (in this issue) similar ranks as the Galaxy Gear or Pebble. A positive askoczeniem while cooperation with devices based on both Android and iOS.

Rufus Cuff, photo.

The first models will go to customers early next year. Agrees with the authors' revolution on the wrist "? I personally walk up to this unit more in the framework of curiosity, than to the device, in which I would like to obtain. In addition, I am afraid that functionality can be rather average. But maybe some of you geeks to tempt? 😉