Turtle Wireless has introduced TW801, a revolutionary Tri-band GSM
phone designed to be worn like a wristwatch, for North and South America.
The TW801 mobile device comes with a camera, Bluetooth, MP3/MP4 capabilities, touch screen, WAP/GPRS
compatibility, and more. It’s a cell phone, camera, and Mp3/Mp4 media player, engineered to fit into a wristwatch form factor.
The TW 801 will be available to the North American market starting June 16th and retails for less than $249.00. It includes a stereo Bluetooth
headset, an extra battery, car and home chargers, data cable and a one year warranty.
The TW801 also offers 512MB of internal memory, with an option to expand the Trans Flash memory up to 2 GB, multi-lingual support for English, Spanish, Portuguese French, Chinese, and more. The TW801 offers three hours of talk-time and 160 hours of stand-by.
The TW801 is specifically designed to work in America with a tri-band frequency
of 850/1800/1900, and with all GSM carriers including AT&T, T-Mobile (News
), to name a few.
Since it’s unlocked, it can work with any GSM Carrier Worldwide.
Turtle Wireless plans to release additional wearable devices in Q3 and Q4 of calendar year 2008, to help cement its lead as the de facto vendor of the most innovative wearable communication devices.
Turtle Wireless is a major player in innovative and novelty wireless accessories and phones, providing an array of products to North and South American wireless retailers.
Turtle Wireless’s mission is to provide the innovative and novelty products and solutions to the customers.
The company believes that by implementing the solutions and suggestions, it can help the customers to increase their revenue by up to 20 percent.
The company’s goal is to provide complete services to those retail stores who need a one stop shop to fulfill their needs in the area of cell phone’s and accessories, iPod accessories, MP3/Mp4 and GPS devices.
Anil Sharma is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Anil’s articles, please visit his columnist page.