Japanese watch gurus Tokyoflash have introduced the latest in their series of contemporary wrist watch designs.
The 1000100101 Watch features a grid of 31 green, yellow and red LEDs to show the time, day and date.
The MP4 Watch from Hong Kong importer Brando has the ability to play video, music and photos on its 128×128 pixel LCD screen.
The watch is a full-fledged portable media player with 1GB of flash memory on board.
For the ultimate in geek chic, check out these LCD watches from Nooka.
The Nooka Zub Zen 20 series of watches features a brightly colored rubber casing surrounding an deconstructed liquid crystal display of hours, minutes and seconds in bar-graph format.
Designer Nicolas Cheng’s pocket watch /LED alarm clock merges old school and modern design into a single design that’s simply stunning.
The clock automatically illuminates when picked up, then turns off when placed back on a surface.
We’ve seen tons of retro LED clock designs emerge over the last couple of years, but this one takes the cake.
The $89 Open Edition LED Clock breaks the digits of the clock into four self contained displays (2″ x 1.5″ x 1.5″ each), attached by cables.
Fossil has partnered with Sony Ericsson to develop a new watch that features some pretty nifty connectivity with their Bluetooth-enabled mobile phones.
The watch will come in several styles, both analog and digital, and will be able to notify you of incoming calls on your mobile phone, including caller ID information and remote phone control features.
The folks over at ThinkGeek have just started carrying this fun little Japanese import. It’s a portable alarm clock that’s shaped like case from the classic Nintendo NES joypad. Looks like they went with the color scheme from the Japanese original Famicom system though.
Oregon Scientific, know for their typically utilitarian designs for weather and time gadgets went totally off the charts by hiring world reknown designer Stefano Giovannoni, to design this ultra-hip alarm clock with a great LED backlit display in a retro sci-fi font, and a nifty removeable wireless time projection sphere.
ThinkGeek is offering this really awesome LED clock. When turned off, looks like a solid block of wood. When turned on, the display illuminates behind a very thin wood veneer. Dimensions are 7″(w) X 4″(h) X 3.5″(d) and it retails for $149.99.
Looks like modern technology has finally caught up with the concept of the old Dick Tracy communicator watches. These geek-chic watches claim to have a range of up to 3 kilometers. Looks like a great idea for hikers and other outdoorsy types.