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Wristwatch Is Peripheral Device For Your Phone

Citizen announced a new wristwatch this week called the Citizen VIRT W700. The watch stays in contact with your cell phone via Bluetooth. If you get a call, the watch vibrates, flashes a light and displays Caller ID info. Best of all, if you leave your phone somewhere, the watch alerts you immediately.

Mike Elgan

June 8, 2006

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Citizen announced a new wristwatch this week called the Citizen VIRT W700. The watch stays in contact with your cell phone via Bluetooth. If you get a call, the watch vibrates, flashes a light and displays Caller ID info. Best of all, if you leave your phone somewhere, the watch alerts you immediately.The Battery charge is supposed to last about five days. The company plans to release -- probably in Japan only for now -- a black-and-silver version July 7. Pricing has not been set. (via Wrist Dreams)

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