First photos of the Inwatch Pi wearable from China


The Inwatch Pi is a traditional looking watch with smart features normally associated with wearable devices. Here early unboxing photos and details.

Inwatch teamed up with Meizu as part of the “connect to Meizu” initiative which sees the Pi smartwatch, a simple router and quad-copter offered to Meizu customers at special prices.

The Inwatch Pi is the first of the products to go on sale and will be available to Chinese customers from 10th October (originally the 30th September but due to problems the release was pushed back).

On the surface the Pi looks like the Moto 360, but in reality this wearable is much simpler than it’s Android Wear alternatives. On the face of things the Pi is just a regular watch made of stainless steel, leather and glass. It even has a traditional design twist with led lights replacing physical clock hands.

As for smart features, those are limited to simple features like notifications, sports tracking and sleep monitoring, so basically a better looking Xiaomi Mi Band.

InWatch Pi Gallery

Pricing in China is 399 Yuan for the watch by itself, but MX4 customers are able to get the Pi at a lower cost. International availability has not been announced.

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