You recognize them for theiriconic digital wristwatches of the 80s and 90s.

And should you’re a MrMobile watcher, you understand them for an enormous hunkin’ smartwatch with a reputation solely an engineer might love.

At this yr’s CES, thatwatch will get an improve and a brand new coat of paint, and throughout the boothI fall head over heels for a cool, loopy digital camera I’d by no means use.

Let’s hit the watch first.

For those who noticed my movies this summer time, you’ll know that the WSD-F10was an Android smartwatch constructed for the outdoorsman, with distinctions likea dual-layer show and a built-in barometer, however missing options like standalone GPS, or a coronary heart charge monitor.

This yr’s WSD-F20fixes the extra egregious of these shortcomings.

There’s now unbiased GPS on board, together with mapping purposes that ought to allow you to keeptrack of your location even and not using a knowledge connection.

It nonetheless leaves off the guts charge sensor, however actually, that’s fantastic by me.

Additionally vital, this watchpacks Android Put on 2.

zero, which ought to carry many enhancements, together with a revised person interface and the Google Assistant, the identical one I’ve gotten to know from my time on theGoogle Pixel smartphone.

I’m pleased to see that theinnovative twin layer show has caught round, which implies this watch shouldbe simply as simple to learn in vivid daylight.

The sturdiness ranking stays excessive, and the black or orangecolor alternative stays.

No signal of any olive drab model, although.

The F20 is anticipated tolaunch in April for $500.

Final yr, that was a mighty steep worth for a chunky smartwatch missing some essential out of doors capabilities.

This yr, it’s nonetheless rattling expensive, however the brand new characteristic setmight simply be sufficient to place it excessive.

For those who thought that’s all there was to see on the Casio sales space, then you definately’re as mistaken as the parents who assume motion cameras are useless.

They’re not, a minimum of not in Japan.

That’s one in every of solely ahandful of launch markets for the FR200, a 4K digital digital camera designed for use by, effectively, the identical sort of personwho would possibly purchase the smartwatch: a camper, a hiker, or a seashore bum.

It’s waterproof, dustproof,and shock resistant, with three-axis stabilizationand a wide-angle lens.

And I do imply huge.

This factor captures a full 180 levels with the dome view, and you will get absurdlyclose to the lens.

That’s fairly simple to see on this shot as a result of the digital camera separates into two unbiased elements, every with its personal powersource and controls.

So you’ll be able to arrange theoptics the place you need them, and remotely snap a shot with the monitor or your cellphone or watch.

Equipment from tripods to ring lights can be found from Casioto spruce this sucker up.

And there are a selection of variations, from older fashions withdifferent lens set ups to a particularly tuned low mild model, to a prototype mannequin withthermal imaging from FLIR.

If these got here to America, I’d most likely purchase one.

However I’ve to confess, quickly afterward, it’d most likely startgathering mud on a shelf.

Reality is, I have already got achoice of smartphone cameras that do a lot of what these fashions can.

Not as effectively in some areas, however effectively sufficient normally that it’s powerful to justifythe expenditure for this.

And Casio appears to assume thatmost People are like me, as a result of there are at present no plans to supply any of thesefor sale within the States.

A disgrace, however most likely forthe greatest, enterprise clever.

This was MrMobile’s lastvideo from CES 2017, people.

Thanks for coming with meon the epic tech journey, and to see extra technologythat didn’t make it to the YouTube channel, be sure you hit me up onFacebook on the MrMobile.

Subsequent week, we’ll return tothe common MrMobile schedule.

Farewell from Las Vegas,thanks for watching, and keep cell, my associates.

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