Parvus Launches WL 1000 Wrist Computer

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Grew up back East, got sick of the cold and headed West. Since I was small I have been pushing buttons - both electronic and human. With an insatiable need for tech I thought "why not start a blog focusing on technology, and use my dislikes and likes to post on gadgets."

12 Comments to Parvus Launches WL 1000 Wrist Computer

  1. I hate u now gadgetreview

    if this is so good why dont you tell us how much it costs? thats really not helpful……. bunch of dipshits

  2. HOW DOES IT WORK? CAN U GET INTERNET? DOES IT HAVE TO BE WIRELESS INTERNET OR WHAT? HOW DO YOU CHARGE IT?
    IS IT NOW ON SALE?HOW MOUCH IS IT?IT’S AMAZING

  3. This is to used by people like UPS, Fedex, etc. Also for the military applications. See below for full technical details.

    The Zypad™ WL 1000 is a wrist-wearable wireless computer flexibly designed to give the user instant access to computing capabilities while carrying out non-computer tasks in the field. Featuring hands-free operation, robust wireless capabilities, and built-in GPS tracking, this versatile wearable computer serves as an ideal tool for Emergency Search and Rescue, Healthcare, Homeland Security, Maintenance, Law Enforcement, Logistics, Transportation, and Defense applications.

    The WL 1000 integrates features of a standard computer along with the convenience and ergonomics of being wrist worn. This hands-free, innovative design ensures an ideal weight distribution and maximum comfort even over clothing. The wireless functionalities of the WL 1000 ensure continuous connectivity no matter the location of the user, by utilizing Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GPS capabilities. Using Linux or Windows CE operating systems, the unit can be quickly configured to access any remote host system through integrated wired or wireless interfaces.

    Integrating a tilt and dead reckoning system, the WL 1000 can be used to determine if a user is motionless or fallen down and then transmit a locator beacon after a specified amount of time. This technology is also used to conserve power consumption by placing the unit in standby mode when the user’s arm hangs down beside the body (patent-pending). This enhanced power management functionality enables the user to continuously interface with the unit up to more than 8 hours without interruption, depending on usage.

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