The BlackBerry wristwatch isn’t an official BlackBerry product, but it will let you check the messages arriving on your BlackBerry phone

BlackBerry for your wrist

Say hello to inhuman business productivity: here comes the BlackBerry watch.

The SmartWatch is being created by inPulse for use with RIM’s BlackBerry phones. CrackBerry.com stresses that the Bluetooth-connected inPulse SmartWatch (as it’s being called at the moment) is not produced by BlackBerry, but rather it is a peripheral accessory.

Citing an unnamed source, CrackBerry.com uncovered two images of the gadget and a few specs, including:

    • It’s designed by a new BlackBerry-dedicated accessory company

 

    • It features an OLED screen for clearly visible text and solid battery life

 

    • It shows notifications and message previews

Pretty simple stuff, but the inPulse SmartWatch could prove mighty handy for fast-paced business junkies. The second a message comes through, you’ll not only know it by the vibration of your phone; you’ll see it lit up on your wrist.

 

That mean you can discreetly keep track of what’s happening back at the office during Thanksgiving dinner!

The inPulse SmartWatch does not yet have a price or an availability date, but CrackBerry claims it’s coming “soon.”

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