Gameband Smartwatch for Gamers

Gameband smartwatch is specially designed for those who love video games, so you can directly play games on your wrist, and it also delivers other smartwatch features. Like the idea? Let’s continue checking.

Gameband Smartwatch for Gamers

The Gameband is an innovative and powerful smartwatch designed for game lovers. The Gameband’s watchcase measures 34.28 x 39.74 x 11.38mm. As shown in the images, the smartwatch boasts a sleek modern design, and it comes in two special editions at present.

The Atari edition is designed to bring those retro games to your wrist. With its 1.6″ square AMOLED display with 320 x 320 resolution, you can play the games wherever you’re. The Terraria edition delivers an exclusive mini-game version that connects Terraria, the well-received indie game with the real world.

Gameband Smartwatch for Gamers

The Gameband comes equipped with a built-in microSD card slot to hold your favorite games, and using its unique PixelFurnace, the smartwatch connects works with a computer so you can play full PC version of games from Gameband on any computer.

Furthermore, the smartwatch is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2100 processor with 512MB RAM and 4GB ROM, and it runs a custom Android OS that delivers a variety of productivity apps.

Gameband Smartwatch for Gamers

In addition to receiving notifications and info from your iPhone or Android phone, the smartwatch can work with your Bluetooth headphones for music playback, and it also supports Amazon Alexa voice control service. Apart from these, its rechargeable battery offers a few days of use if you just use basic apps and play games by plugging it in a computer.

The crowdfunding campaign for Gameband is ongoing on Kickstarter (successful). Pledging $149 will let you own the smartwatch for gamers. It will be shipped in September this year (estimated).

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