Apparently a team of 35 engineers worked for two and a half years to build the device, which comes with 1GB of RAM, 16GB storage, 3G connectivity, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
It also comes with GPS, a pedometer and an accelerometer which can be used with fitness apps if you're feeling a bit "Big and Chunky" - much like the device itself. A two-inch-wide cuff gives the wearble a distinctive look, with a battery and speaker built into the strap.
The i.amPULS runs on Android, but no price or launch details have been announced yet.
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