Rufus Labs breaking the tradition of smaller and thinner gadgets come up with the motto of bigger is better. Their flagship product, Rufus Cuff, has a 3.2-inch TFT display, a radical design and reimagined form factor. It has been designed to let you wear it either on top of your wrist, or rotated under the wrist. It looks like a mini-tablet connected to wear on your wrist. Let’s have a close look at its features:
Design and Processor
With 3.2-inch, it is not exactly big and having a device on your wrist allows easy access to games and apps. But, it may feel bulky wearing this device on your arm all day. It is powered by a TI Cortex A9 processor and has a front facing camera for selfies and video conferencing. It runs on Android Kitkat and storage options include 16, 32 or 64GB. In terms of battery, it features 1175mAh battery and has both GPS and Wi-Fi.
Easily Access Apps
Rufus Cuff claims that it “ends the era of the watch and ushers in the Wrist Computer.” One can send emails, play games, watch movies or do any activities that you could do with a smartphone or any Wi-Fi enabled device. It also allows one to make voice and video calls as the device comes with built-in mic and speaker. In addition, you will have full access to the Google Play Store. You can play music stored on RC, stream over Wi-Fi and browsing from your smartphone’s Bluetooth connected playlists.
Works with Android and iOS
It connects to your Android or iOS device for mobile data, making calls and sending texts. You can hook on to Wi-Fi as well. It sports GPS, accelerometer, gyroscope, and compass to make fitness tracking simple. The device is capable of working with most fitness apps and offers you good tracking features.
Rufus Cuff comes with swappable bands in a variety of colors so as to match your style. The bands are made from body-safe materials which ensure good comfort to the wearer. The Sport Band provides a secure fit.
A quick look at Rufus Cuff:
|3.2 inch TFT
|TI Cortex A9
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