Phosphor Launches New E Ink Watches for Worldwide Timekeeping

By Daniel Chubb - Oct 9, 2010

We have learned today from Chris Ziegler over a engadget.com that Phosphor have launched new watches with a curved case, which is only 9.3mm thick and utilizes E Ink electronic paper display technology that is also found in devices such as e-Readers.

Their new design can show two time zones simultaneously, but supports up to twenty-four. The watches are available now and with a price that ranges from $150 to $195, depending on what style of band you go for.

With the user configurable dual time zone display, you have the option of either displaying just the time or date and time together. These watches have SURF displays that are easy to read, and deliver an ultra high contrast as well as uses a low power consumption that extends its battery life.

Have you got a Phosphor watch or one that uses E Ink technology? If you have, tell us what you think about it.

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