Wi-Fi Detector Watch Finds Free Signals
December 18th, 2007
Trying to find out if there’s a wireless network nearby? This wristwatch not only tells the time, but can help you figure out the strength of the closest wireless signal.
Just press the clearly marked face button on Wi-Fi Detecting Watch, and it’ll indicate signal strength on a scale from 0 to 8. It’s a handy way to tell what direction you need to move in to get a better connection when you’re sitting at your neighborhood coffee shop. In addition to the wireless signal strength meter, the watch offers world time clock, alarm and calendar functionality, and a bright EL backlight.
The Wi-Fi Detecting Watch is available from ThinkGeek for about 30 bucks.