Runcible Open Source, Open Hardware Smart Pocket Watch

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Remember good old pocket watches? Not too many people carry one these days. Runcible is not your average pocket watch though. It is an open source, open hardware platform with a high resolution, fully round screen and WiFi. It also has a camera, so you can use it to replace your smartphone.

The device has a 640×640 fully round screen and quad core Snapdragon 410 processor. Its operating system is based on open standards. Runcible’s parts can be replaced, repaired, and upgraded. You can find out more about this project on here.

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