Hyetis Crossbow ‘Smartwatch’ Features 41-Megapixel Camera

Hyetis Crossbow

Swiss company Hyetis is set to a release a watch that in the 2013 version of your trusty old Swiss Army knife. The watch tells time of course but it also has WiFi, Bluetooth, NFC capability, GPS, and a color touchscreen display.

But what really got our attention is the watch's 41 megapixel camera with Zeiss optical zoom and flash; oh, and it can also shoot video and record audio. In case you are wondering, the camera is just north of 12 o'clock position.

The Crossbow can be paired with iPhones, Android devices, or Windows 8 so you can shoot photos and share them from your watch. The watch itself as a custom digital display, automatic movement, titanium case, and features scratch-resistant sapphire glass with an anti-glare coating.

The limited edition Hyetis Crossbow will retail at $1,200 and only 500 will be made. Upgrade kits are available at an extra charge. Hyetis says it will start taking pre-orders shortly.

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  2. Ivan Phillips

    That’s a sick watch! and a bargain.

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