Dot Watch is a smartwatch with a difference. Developed by South Korean company, Dot Incorporation, the device features a braille display made up of 24 small pins, which help visually impaired users tell the time, receive texts and notifications, and read personal memos without a sound.
The watch is composed of a 4-cell refreshable display, below which are touch sensors. When connected to your smartphone via Bluetooth, the device functions to let you know when you receive a call and who it’s from. Text messages will be instantly translated to braille and forwarded to your Dot Watch, and you can also use the smartwatch to find your phone if you’ve misplaced it.
Other practical features include an alarm clock, timer, and stopwatch. And if users can’t read braille, it’s not a problem as Dot Watch can help you learn via your smartphone. The watch display can also be switched from ‘braille mode’ to ‘tactile mode’.
Dot Watch also boasts a stylish, minimal design. The strap is made of cool metal and the face has a timeless round shape. For more information or to purchase the smartwatch, you can visit Dot Incorporation’s website here.
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