A smart watch and more

On the surface the $199 Wimm One is a highly capable smart watch running its own flavor of Android. Under the skin though are powerful components such as 2GB of RAM, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi radios, and support for third-party applications.
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Pick a face

The Wimm One comes with many watch faces to choose from, which you pull up with a long tap of the touch screen.
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Classic digits

One of my favorite watch faces on the Wimm One is one named Fahrenheit. It displays the time, date, and weather in an old-school digital readout.
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Pretty dots

Another of the Wimm One's watch faces that will draw eyes is one named Swinger. It surrounds a digital clock with colorful, flickering dots that constantly wink in and out.
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Made to be modular

Measuring a relatively small 1.26 inches tall by 1.4 inches wide by 0.49 inch thick, the Wimm One doesn't take up much space. It's a self-contained micro computer that's built to eventually fit into many accessories such as wrist bands, lanyards, belt clips, and maybe even keychains.
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Turn it on

Besides the touch screen, the Wimm One's only other control is a small power button that sits on the device's right side.
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Count your steps

One of the apps the Wimm One can run is a pedometer that tracks steps taken. The watch uses the internal accelerometer to do so.
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Barcode contacts

Want to convert your contact info into a smartphone-readable bar code? No problem, a third-party developer has made a Wimm micro app for that.
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Quelle heure est-il?

Use the Wimm One's world clock to learn what time it is around the globe.
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Set things up

Dive into the Wimm One's settings menu to pair it with other devices over Bluetooth, sync via Wi-Fi, or tweak other functions.
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