Gameband is the first smart watch for gamers that will play Atari hits 40 years ago
Entering the market of smart watches has not made any revolution. Even Apple, which is famous for the fact that he can do the popular old idea that had nothing to do with this segment. Most people simply do not need a smart watch since they provide a brand new or unique scenarios.
The company FMTwo Game decided that smart watches may well go for a gaming device, and launched on the website Kickstarter campaign to raise funds for watch Gameband is the first smart watch for gamers, according to developers.
To begin, we note that the requested amount of $ 75,000 has been exceeded and the campaign currently has attracted 91 000 dollars, and in stock more than a month.
So, Gameband is first and foremost a smart watch. They are running an adapted Android OS version 6.0, based on SoC Snapdragon Wear 2100 and a 512MB RAM, 4GB flash memory, AMOLED screen with a diagonal of 1.6 inches with a resolution of 320 x 320 pixels, battery capacity of 400 mAh, a microSD card slot and USB port-S. Like other smart watches, Gameband is designed for event notifications on your paired smartphone and the ability to perform certain actions without needing the smartphone to get out of the pocket.
But the main feature of the new game. Watch will come with 20 preloaded games, among which are hits Atari from the distant past (Asteroids, Pong, Breakout, Centipede, Crystal Castles and others), as well as Terraria. FOR PixelFurnace will not only download to watch new games, but to play on the connected monitor directly from the hours. Battery should last one day of active use or for a few with average.
Gameband is estimated at $ 200, but in the campaign you can still manage to buy the unit for $ 150. On sale will be available regular version and also modification Atari Edition and Terraria Edition with different design straps and color in the first case.