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LAS VEGAS--The Martian Passport Watch sports a retro 1960s look that masks 21st-century technology.
Speak directly into the Martian Passport Watch's speaker and mic to conduct calls.
You charge the Martian Passport Watch's Bluetooth radio via a Micro-USB port on the device's right side. The actual analog watch mechanism is driven by a standard watch battery, which should power it for a few years.
Press two buttons on the Martian Passport Watch's left side to power the gadget up and turn it off.
On back of the Martian Passport Watch is its plastic surface, which isn't very premium despite the "Special Edition" moniker.