May 9, 2013 in Lifestyle (F)
[prMac.com] Road Town, Virgin Islands - The world's first watch whose time can be synchronized with smartphones, and iPhones & iPads in the near future, through an app was born in 2013 in the AtomTime group, guaranteeing to be milliseconds accurate. This technology enables all the people around the globe to have accurate time on their watch, provided a smartphone is accessible to the user.
With smartphones, iPhones and iPads gaining popularity worldwide, the number of people who can benefit from the flash synchronized technology is soaring up. Displaying time within millisecond without limitations to location or time is the hardcore principle of AtomTime watches. As soon as the watch is positioned in front of a smartphone, iPhone or iPad, less than five seconds are necessary for the synchronization to be completed. No WiFi, no Bluetooth, no cable, no RF needed. It represents an easier lifestyle: simple, fashionable, and measurable. The AtomTime watch helps people gain control over their life by helping them controlling every second.
The new line watches consist of four colors, each representing an element in the universe. Black for the Earth. White for the Air. Blue for the Water. And Orange for the Fire. And more customized designs are inspired by the AtomTime fans, allowing them to create a freestyle watch by choosing the existing color of the wristband, dial and bezel according to their personal preference. AtomTime makes their fans an artist who can taste the freedom of watchmaking. Let fans control what they want as easily as they control time.
AtomTime watch is also a Mac niche product as it can synchronizes with iPhones and iPads through an app that the AtomTime Group is developing.
Located in Road Town, Virgin Islands, AtomTime, a concept started in Switzerland in 2011, aims to develop the world's first watch which can be synchronized with smartphones, iPhones and iPads through app. In 2013 AtomTime launched the atomic watch with smartphone flash synchronized technology integrated and its accuracy within one millisecond. Copyright (C) 2011 Atomtime Suisse S.A. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPad, iPad mini, iPod touch, and Mac are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.