It’s been a while since we told you that Casio was preparing to launch its first smartwatch this March. Thankfully, the announcement came earlier, as the company has unveiled its plans for the new Android Wear-powered Casio smartwatch at the ongoing CES 2016 in Las Vegas. It’s name is a mouthful — Casio WSD-F10 Smart Outdoor Watch — but it’s built with military standard specifications.
It will be available in April for around $500 and brings a 320×300 resolution display in a 1.32-inch form factor, water resistance, MIL-STD-810 build, pressure (air pressure, altitude) sensor, accelerometer, gyrometer, compass (magnetic) sensor, 93 grams in weight and 61.7mm×56.4mm×15.7mm measurements.
Software features are aimed at the active among you, with several fitness and outdoor activity apps that include Runkeeper, ViewRanger GPS trakking app, and MyRadar weather app. Android and iPhone compatibility is present, with the help of a companion app called Casio Moment Setter+.
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Source: PR Newswire