April 12, 2008 by yogi2raj
Model No : Sony Ericsson MBW-100 Bluetooth watch
The Bluetooth-equipped watch allows its user to check out who is calling on a tiny OLED-display (96×16 pixels)and at that supports only single profile GAP (plus music player management tools). Apart from that the watch boasts the silent alert, which turns out to be quite handy on incoming calls, as well as messages (though the MBW-100s display wont scroll their text)
There are three buttons mounted on the casing, namely two big ones on each side of the clock winder and the clock winder itself, since it can be pressed as well. The analogue watch face with two hands tops the display that stays inactive unless an event occurs. Although it can be brought to life with the upper key, so that it will get filled up with date, time and battery status. The lower buttons calls up the menu featuring the following options: Bluetooth activation, coupling mode, SMS notification (on/off), time synchronization with handset.
important note this watch goes with Sony Ericsson-branded handsets only with auto pairing being supported. Coupling the MBW-100 with Nokias phone wont cause much problems, however not a single feature will start up. The MBW-100 comes in a stylish black-finished box inside you will find either silver or black colored watch. It would seem that the black trim is more appealing visually, though its not the whole truth the steel trim has its trumps as well, since it has somewhat fresh looks.
The gadget comes with a special charging cable, whose front end attaches to the watch with a clip, while the other one is a socket for plugging in standard charger for Sony Ericssons handsets. It takes the MBW-100 about 1 hour and 10 minutes to charge from empty to full.
One Year Manufacturers Warranty.
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