Ritot Projection Watch

Aug 18, 2014

Category: Tech

Tired of people asking you what time it is? Wait… that doesn’t even happen anymore, does it? Well, if it still does in your town-that-smartphones-forgot, you can put a quick end to it with the Ritot watch.

When they ask, just hold up your hand; that’s where the Ritot projects the time, caller ID, text messages, and more. Of course there’s a lot happening under the hood of this fitness band lookalike, but the key is said to be the pico projector which beams bright, high quality graphics onto your hand (safely, says the company). The battery is said to be strong enough for 30 days of standby time and up to 150 hours in active mode. You can reserve one now for $120, choosing from a Sport or Bracelet model, with a January launch planned. [Purchase]

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