Phosphor World Time watch uses E-Ink display

Shane McGlaun - Nov 10, 2010, 6:39am CST
Phosphor World Time watch uses E-Ink display

E-ink screens are really cool, the tech sips power, needs no backlight, and is easy to read in direct sunlight. I have seen the tech used on watches before from Phosphor and the company has now announced a new addition to its E-ink watch line.

The new watch is called the World Time Curved E Ink Watch. It can be had with a black polyurethane band, white band, black leather band, or a stainless band. Either of the polyurethane colors sell for $150, the black leather one sells for $165, and the stainless band version is $195.

The watch supports time keeping for all 24 time zones around the world, there are five display modes the user can choose from with white or black backgrounds, and the watch face can show time in two zones at once. The face of the watch curves for comfort and style and it is only 9.3mm thick. The watch is available right now with free shipping.

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