Developers at FMTwo Game Inc. built a Gameband smartwatch, allowing users to carry games at their wrists. The wearable gadget was designed for gaming. The device is not just a USB storage solution, unlike the previous Minecraft device. The new product is bound to have the characteristics of a smartwatch while also implementing games.
The gaming company collaborates with Re-Logic and the official Atari SA brand to launch these special editions products, but also a standard version. The new Gameband smartwatch will have 20 mini-games incorporated. Some of the games are just readjusted versions of classic games like Breakout or Pong. Probably many fans of the game Breakout were waiting for an excellent version of the game available on smartwatches.
Now that Atari collaborated with the gaming company, users can finally enjoy their favorite games. FMTwo was able to develop the Gameband which is equipped with new official versions of games like Crystal Castles, Asteroids, Centipede, Pong, and Breakout. When the device is released this year, all these games will allow you to live new and exciting adventures.
The new Gameband has the same name as the Minecraft one discussed in April 2015. Both Gamebands were created by the same company. Nevertheless, the new one is very different from the previous one which was launched two years ago. The old version had a red LED screen bound to display texts and simple pictures. The new version is not only a full-fledged smartwatch, but it also has a powerful processor, being an Android device with a colorful touchscreen.
The device is outfitted with a quad-core processor of 1.2 GHz, Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2100. The new Gameband has a Bluetooth 4.2 incorporated and also Wi-fi connectivity. The smartwatch sports an AMOLED touchscreen display of 1.63 inches square with a pixel density of 277dpi. The battery of the watch is of 400mAh and can be charged when connected with USB-C to a computer.
You can also expand the storage by using a microSD card slot. However, the gadget does not run Android Wear. However, it runs an edited version of Android Marshmallow, being able to connect to iPhones and Android smartphones.
Owners of this product will also be able to work with PixelFurnace, the launch platform, but also Mac and PC game management of the company.
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