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Wearable - Supporting Windows 10 IOT

Hello everybody,

I am looking for the current available wearebles that can run a Windows IOT Core SO.

Could anyone recommend me the best devices that can be programmed and configured with this SO?

Thank you in advance.
Have a nice day,
Oriol

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So far these are very bulky.

Such as the Rasberry Pi. Did you mean something else like a FitBit talking to Windows 10?

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not a rasberry

I mean such a smartwatch or smartglasses where i can install Windows 10 IoT Core SO and develop some application.

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Haven't seen such a thing.

Windows 10 IoT is still quite large. Why must it be W10 IoT? I'm an electronics designer since the late '70s and at this size you usually deal with smaller systems or don't worry about the host OS but focus on what you want the app and device needs to do for your app.

That is, be OS agnostic.

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Network Requirement

Because I have a network requirement so I need to use a Windows SO when communicating the information obtained.

Then, as per your knowdlege, Windows 10 IoT is quite large and it's not possible that the processor of a weareble device can handle it? So my only option is to wearables that allow the use of Mobile Windows SO?


Thank you in advance.

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No networking IO I know of

Demands a Windows platform. Remember I have a background in single board embedded design and a lot of apps.

Given the posts so far I get the feeling this is your first attempt in this area. Don't stop trying new things. And keep learning as you go. There have been folk that explode on a new idea because it was harder than they imagined.

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Only Windows

I didn't give you the details and my explanation wasn't really good. But what I'm looking to is easy to understand, just a weareble device that can handle Windows SO. I'm looking to work with Windows platform, none Android neither Apple or other.

I've just asked about using device combined with Windows 10 IoT Core SO. The response was this SO is "large".

¿Could you give me the details or a source of information where i can understand why I can't use this SO in a wearable if a raspberry can?

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Sorry no.

I think you just asked me to do your research for you then summarize it all.

If you found a SO then what's the issue?

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