This smartwatch doubles as a wearable wi-fi storage
ReVault seems identical to any strange smartwatch, however its most important function’s fairly totally different from others within the class: it has wi-fi native storage you possibly can entry like a personal cloud. Based on its Indiegogo web page, the storage is accessible out of your telephones, tablets or laptops utilizing an app (like Dropbox and different cloud providers) that works on Android, iOS, Mac OS X, Home windows and even Linux. You possibly can even program a trusted gadget to auto-sync each time you save new pictures or obtain information — something you retailer can be encrypted, and you can too arrange a password and two-issue authentication for added safety. The watch connects to these units by way of WiFi and Bluetooth, and since it may well make its personal WiFi community, you possibly can add information even with out web connection.
This is one other good contact: In case you are not likely interested in smartwatches (and you are not alone there), you need to use the converter it comes with to show it right into a necklace or a keychain. Plus, you possibly can select amongst fairly a couple of watchfaces if the default one does not do it for you. You will get a 32GB or a 128GB ReVault in case you pledge at the least $169 on Indiegogo, however like each different crowdfunding undertaking, it’s going to ship out (in January 2016) provided that it reaches its objective. Word that if it does, you will nonetheless have to purchase a separate Qi wi-fi charger if you wish to use the watch past its preliminary three-day battery life.