Sensorstream Accepting 15,000 Pre-Orders For Pi Touchscreen Smart Watch

The Sensorstream Pi touchscreen smart watch is now available for pre-order. Pi is a circular 60mm touchscreen smart watch powered by a dual core lithium battery system and pre-loaded with a suite of open source applications.

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Sensorstream Pi Application Screen

Boston, MA (PRWEB) February 17, 2013

The Sensorstream Pi touchscreen smart watch is available for pre-order immediately; pricing and availability will be determined by watch case material selections and electronic component volume discounts offered by Sensorstream’s suppliers. Additional information can be found at: http://www.sensorstream.com

Pi is a circular 60mm touchscreen smart watch powered by a dual core lithium battery system and pre-loaded with a suite of open source applications. It was specifically designed to surf on and off wireless hotspots for free. Pi’s patent-pending watch case design (29428155) incorporates a button-free ergonomic design, marking the first time a wrist watch is completely controlled by a touchscreen and form-fitted to the contours of a user’s wrist.

The single greatest advantage Pi offers users is the integration of many of their daily activities into a wearable mobile device. Now a user can simply and conveniently wear a watch that can be used for mobile payments, social networking, and accessing the internet all without a cellular phone. Keys, wallets, and smartphones can all have their functionality integrated into Pi.

Sensorstream and Pi are registered trademarks. Sensorstream is a privately held start-up company based in Boston focused on the design of wearable consumer electronic devices. All images and content copyright Sensorstream.

Contact Information:

Tom Rapko
Tom(at)Sensorstream(dot)com
(617) 331-1784


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Sensorstream Pi Main Screen with Time Date Remaining Application Power View