New Smart watch promises Windows Phone support, needs KickStarter support

Full Specs

  • 120MHz ARM Cortex-M4 processor
    with secondary AVR co-processor
  • 1.28" Memory Display (128 x 128)
  • Anti-glare glass lens
  • Bluetooth 4.0 BD/EDR + LE
  • 3-axis accelerometer
  • Ambient light sensor
  • Vibration motor
  • 7 days battery life (typical)
    30 days in watchface-only mode
  • Qi wireless charging
  • Water resistant (ATMs: TBD)
  • AGENT OS 1.0
    including .NET Micro Framework 4.3
  • RoHS, Pb-free
  • Designed for repair and recycling
    including replaceable battery

Wearable computing is all the rage at the minute, but unfortunately Windows Phone users are being left out of much of the fun.

Now Secret Agent, the company behind the popular Netduino products, are in the process of creating their own smart watch, and are raising $100,000 on Kickstarter to help with the effort.

Their watch will be waterproof, charge via the Qi standard, just like our Lumias, run on a dual-core processor and on .Net micro-framework and promises 7 day battery life.

The best of all however is that besides iPhone and Android support, the team is also promising to support Windows Phone 8.

The Kickstarter fundraiser closes on June 20th, and has already raised $43,000 in just a few hours.  If you get in early you can get the $250 watch for only $129, with delivery hopefully in December or soon after.

Support the project with as little as $1 and read more at KickStarter here.