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WIMM One Wearable Android Device


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  • Exclusive, limited edition developer preview
  • Pre-installed Android-based Micro Apps and access to dedicated app store
  • Packed with technology: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, USB, Accelerometer, Magnetometer, 2GB user storage
  • Always-viewable, capacitive touchscreen and battery life to 30 hours
  • Includes: WIMM module, black wrist strap, charging accessories


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1.3 x 0.5 x 1.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
  • ASIN: B0056BIYQA
  • Item model number: WIMM-330
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #63,914 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 23, 2012

Product Description

This Android-based watch features Wi-Fi and Bluetooth to keep you connected on the go, bringing you discreet alerts right to your wrist. Pair it with your smartphone for Caller ID (with call reject), SMS previews and other push notifications. Customize the module by adding new Micro Apps and watch face designs from WIMM's Micro App Store to and enhance your experience.

The WIMM One comes with a number of pre-installed Micro Apps, including: calendar (syncs to Google and Exchange), weather, timer, stopwatch, world clock, and alarm clock. It also comes with an assortment of analog and digital watch face designs - many of which display advanced features such as daily appointments, local weather, and a personalized set of world clock cities.

For the technically inclined, WIMM offers a full Android-based SDK and developer program to help make your own Micro App ideas a reality.

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Watch functionality is solid; the use as a watch wasn't an afterthought.
Michael Shick
I am not sure there is a way around this, but most of my devices don't require a special charging station.
Jon Paris
Developers are now working on new apps, which is what makes this device stand out.
espinchi

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

29 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Brad Hutchings on January 27, 2012
I bought one directly from WIMM in November, 2011. At the time, they were $299, and California residents had sales tax and shipping tacked on as well. So first, know that at $199 and with Prime shipping (if you've got it), this is really a great deal!

While WIMM is cautious to say this is a "developer preview" product, at $199, I'd be happy to recommend it to people who like to have the latest cool gadget. Out of the box, it does some nifty things most will appreciate, like linking to your phone to display incoming text messages and caller ID. For me that's a great feature when I'm walking the dog a few miles and don't want to take my phone out of my pocket unless it's important.

In the WIMM forums, there is a growing vibrant community of developers and even some adventurous end-user types. As of today, we're all eagerly awaiting the beta launch of WIMMs micro-app store. But for now, there are quite a few apps to try in the forums, and the developers who are making them are generally pretty responsive.

The watchband isn't going to impress the fashion police, for now, but it's pretty workable. I'm actually hopeful that some manufacturer will start making the bracket and watchband in many colors at a $20 or $30 price point so I can match my sneakers. I have a small collection, mostly Nike SBs, and I like to coordinate!

But what attracted me to this watch was the ability to develop watchfaces and other micro-apps for it. It runs Android 2.1, and will soon be upgraded to 2.3. If you've written an Android app for a phone or tablet, you'll have no problem leveraging what you know and building apps for the WIMM platform. The toughest hurdles are keeping your micro-app simple and focussed, and picking projects that are suited to the form factor. You can check out my watchfaces at Alltock.com.
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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By espinchi on March 9, 2012
Having a 667MHz processor running Android in your wrist opens the door to new possibilities. If you add an accelerometer, a GPS, WiFi connectivity, and several other sensors and communication capatilities, you just have to admit it is pretty cool.

I've had a WIMM One for several months now, and have also been hacking out some applications. Developers are now working on new apps, which is what makes this device stand out. Quickly checking the calendar, keeping track of the push-ups in the gym, paying for the coffee in Starbucks, checking when the next bus arrives or catching up on the news while the bus arrives are just some of the possibilities.

Isn't it cool?
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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Bostwickenator on January 29, 2012
The WiMM is a great piece of gear. It is a gadget that is fairly unobtrusive but very useful. The bimodal always on display means that you can have key information available to you with just a glance no reaching into your pocket to get out a phone. The software is what makes the device, people have been making "smart" watches for years now but the WiMM is something different. Having a full Android system running on the device gives developers a great opportunity to bring across their existing applications and optimize them for the novel interaction mechanisms of the WiMM.

I wear mine every day, all day.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Stephen Lau on January 24, 2013
Regardless of how good this may or may not have been in the past, WIMM is now defunct, and the WIMM One is no longer supported:
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By john hackworth on April 15, 2012
Ok, so first of all, I didn't buy this. I went to a TED conference, and they were exhibiting it. When I first put it on, I was wondering about the big fuss, but after having it for 2 days, I'm not able to live without it.
It has 90% of the functionality of an iPod touch, without the bulk. I own both, and I can check RSS feeds and twitter on the Wimm just as easily as on my iPod. It syncs over bluetooth flawlessly, and has it's own app store.Its even waterproof!
In conclusion, the Wimm is the wave of the future. Don't let it's high price fool you, you get a huge amount of bang for your buck.
Riley
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Paul Klemstine on March 9, 2012
Let me just start by saying I won my WIMM One in an App contest sponsored by WIMM Labs. This is a very cool little device!

It doesn't use standard out of the box Android programs, so Google Android Market and Amazon App store are not available for it. Instead WIMM Labs has created their own App store for the device. Right now there are apps available such as a compass, calculator, news reader, games,remote controls for your Android phone and computer, and lots of different watchfaces. I expect in a few months, there will be lots of cool apps to download, and I'm working on building some of these myself.

The dual display screen is pretty neat, there's a full color backlit display for when you are interacting with the display, and then there is a reflective black and gray display for when the device is sleeping. It's kinda similar to the E-Ink display on a Kindle or other E-Reader, but not quite as easy to see. The device is always displaying a watchface in sleep mode, so you don't have to wake it to check the time.

Some of the features:
160x160 pixel touch screen
Bluetooth for pairing with a smart phone
WIFI
GPS - (it's built into the watch, but isn't ready for prime time yet. The developers have it turned off at the moment until they work out some of the power issues.)
Vibrates, and has a single tone sound buzzer.
Water resistant
Tiny!

Some of the things that differentiate this from a full Android device:
No keyboard
No web browser (yet!)
No Back/Menu/Search buttons
No speaker
No microphone

There are little gold electrical contacts on the back, so in the future this device can pair up with fitness monitors, speakers and other hardware.
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