The First Watch with a Built-in GPS for Automatic Time Change [Video]

The First Watch with a Built-in GPS for Automatic Time ChangeH Seiko announced the new watch called Astron GPS Solar. This is the first watch in the world that can change the time depending on the time zone where you are. This is accomplished using GPS satellites to locate your allowing time shift in one of the 39 official regions.

The default setting of the watch checked once a day at the location through GPS mainly to maintain the autonomy of the device, which is powered by solar energy.

It is not the first time you move clocks with automatic time setting as long marketed devices that regulate the hours of radio waves. These watches, however, confined to specific locations and do not have the breadth of the Astron GPS Solar.

The Seiko clock is also waterproof to 10 feet deep and available in Japan starting next September at a price of about $ 1,860 and $ 2,570.

Via : TheVerge


Posted by on March 9, 2012. Filed under Gadgets, News, Technology. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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