I like the product comparison at the end - most informative!
Not sure I even need a "smart" watch either really...Just drink a few cans of Red Bull, you won't need to use a heart rate monitor.
Not sure I even need a "smart" watch either really...
"Why don't you wear a watch?"
I bought one a couple of years back and only used it once or twice. Luckily I only paid around £5 for it.
Because then we wouldn't have an excuse for turning up to your lectures late and we'd have to put up with you for longer.
I generally just use it to stop people from trying to engage me in small talk when I'm out and about.
I use my face.I use earphones for that. Not plugged into anything.
Guess I'll get both, double time!PineTime is cheaper and I am wondering if that watch will not have a larger community and more apps developed. At least they are a lot further in development. I only use my current watch as a count-down timer during sports and as pomodoro timer. Would be interested in one of both if they have a count-down timer but with slightly more advanced pomodoro features.
Guess I'll get both, double time!
The PineTime looks great too, and it's somewhat water- and dust-proof. In the pictures the resolution looks quite a bit lower though. That might be a deal-breaker for me.