CECT, well known for their iPhone clones, surprises us with a relatively innovative product with the YAMI II. Of course it’s not the first watch to offer telephony functionality, nor is it the first to offer mp3 playback. CECT has, however, managed to stuff into this 30gram device a phone, a media player with mp3, wav, and amr playback capabilities, an FM tuner, a voice recorder, Bluetooth connectivity, and microSD support. The best part about the YAMI II is its handwriting recognition capabilities. That’s right, on that tiny 1.3″ screen is a touchscreen featuring handwriting recognition! I can’t wait to see some reviews of this novel device. At the time of this post, no further details were available.
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