Wrist computer Ridgeline W200 with GPS and compass
April 13, 2009, 11:42 am
The company Glacier Computer, issuing special protected computers has developed a new portable mini-computer that can be worn on the wrist instead of hours. Thanks to a small mass of the entire 290 grams and the possibility of mounting on the wrist, which frees the hands, Ridgeline W200, in the opinion of its creators, can be successfully used by rescuers in emergencies, for military purposes in the field of logistics, as well as in a variety of other areas. The computer is equipped with 3, 5-inch touch display modules, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, and runs under the operating system Linux. For more detailed specifications of the manufacturer has not provided, but, as the source, Ridgeline W200 is similar to the characteristics of computer Parvus Zypad WL1100, information which can be found here.
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