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Wi-Fi Detector Watch Finds Free Signals

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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.

Wi-Fi Detecting Watch

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.



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