The company Casio at this year's fair in Las Vegas, unveiled a new SmartWatch running Android Wear 2.0 – Casio WSD-F20.
Casio WSD-F20 is a proposal for working under the control of the platform Android Wear 2.0. As befits the current standards, the watch is equipped with a "round" display (1.32 "), in which the content is presented in a resolution of 320 x 300 pixels. It should be borne in mind that it was used a two-layer screen that allows you to switch between clock monochrome and Android Wear. It has also been applied coating, which reduces the formation of fingerprints. Three buttons located on the right side of the watch give you access to preferred applications, features and tools offered by Casio – like an altimeter, barometer, compass and more. He was a private coach who will help you plan an effective training. This is a proposal for very demanding users, because the watch meets the requirements of the standard MIL-STD-810G and is also resistant to flooding to a depth of 50 meters. It is therefore possible not only swimming, but also diving. On account Casio WSD-F20 is also worth mentioning the presence of GPS and support for color maps – online and offline. Data on the map are taken from Mapbox – a platform used by applications such as Foursquare, Pinterest, CNN and Strava. Casio WSD-F20 will debut on sale in April this year. Suggested retail price has not yet been disclosed. Source: geeky-gadgets