With intuitive design and disruptive technology, Neptune aims to enhance your life. Owning this smart device will definitely give you an edge over others. The company claims that the Neptune Duo is the smartest wearable of the world. So, if you are into wearable technology, you should definitely get yourself this device when it releases in the market. The device is a combination of the Neptune Hub and the Pocket screen. Together they make the wearable a must-have for every gadget lover.
Amazing Features of the Neptune Duo
- Powerful Specs in your Wrist
The Neptune Hub runs on a powerful quad-core processor and has support for Wi-Fi, NFC and Bluetooth, 3G as well as 4G. All of these, you can get in your wrist. This makes it possible to send messages, make calls, track fitness data, stay connected through social networks and much more.
- Clean Interface
The Pocket screen is the interface for the Hub just like a computer monitor, keyboard or mouse. It is not as smart as the Hub but then, there is no requirement for it to be smart.
- Staying Connected
You can always stay connected with the Hub, even if you have your Pocket screen or not. Pocket screens can be changed as per your choice. If you don’t have yours, you can also borrow one. You don’t have to worry about leaving your phone again.
- Advanced OS
The Neptune Duo runs on the latest version of Android-the Android Lollipop. This means you will be able to use all the apps you want, right on the palm of your hand or on your wrist.
- Secure Data
You no longer have to worry about your data getting lost or stolen. As all your files and apps are stored on your Hub, the risk of losing important data through the loss of your Pocket screen is not there. Even if your Pocket screen gets stolen, your data will be secure.
- Strong Battery
The Pocket screen not only acts as an interface, but also provides charge for your Hub. Whenever the Hub needs more power, the Pocket can recharge it. Neptune Duo has a combined capacity of 3,800 mAh and can last up to a few days with a single charge.
— Wearables and IoT (@wtvox) February 23, 2015
If you want to get this wearable, you can pledge for it or you can just reserve it free of cost. To do so, you have to head to their official website. The device will be shipped in late 2015.
— CNET (@CNET) February 22, 2015
Do you like the concept of this wearable? Will you be ordering your Neptune Duo? We would love to hear your thoughts.