Have you ever play a video game on your smartwatch? Not at all, we all are having smartphones and tablets all the time with us; we install our favorite games on mobiles and tablets. And we play video games on our smartphone, but if you are addicted of games and want to play games on your watch as well.
So you are here at the right and you can do exactly that with the newly arrived Gameband – a smartwatch that will let you play classic games on your wrist. A company known as FMTwo Game Inc. has recently announced its new gaming smart watch making for the gamers, which is searching for funds on Kickstarter.
The watch has a sleek modern layout and will come in two models, namely the Atari edition and the Terraria edition. Gameband is an android-based smartwatch that comes with twenty pre-loaded Atari classic games, sounds interesting. While the Terraria edition will let you offer to play mini-games.
The Gameband smartwatch is very powerful and different device as compared to the other smart watches. It measures at 34.28 × 39.74 × 11.38mm. The smartwatch is compatible to every PCs and laptops, means you can connect it to your PC and laptop and experience the complete computer version of Gameband video games.
Furthermore, you can also connect it to your headphones through Bluetooth connection. And the most notable thing about this smart watch, it also comes with the support for Amazon Alexa.
In terms of specs, the watch runs on a custom Android operating system, which offers a wide variety of productiveness apps. The gaming smart watch is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2100 processor and paired with 512MB of RAM. For the storage, the smartwatch is equipped with 4GB of internal storage. There is also an option of MicroSD card slot, which will let you allow to keep your favorite games and the use of its particular PixelFurance.
To power the smart watch, there is a rechargeable battery which offers you a few days of usage. Regarding the price, the Gameband smart watch will retail for $149 and it will begin shipping in September 2017.