Monday , October 23 2017

Casio Pro Trek Android Wear watch starts shipping April 21st for $500USD


The Casio Pro Trek Smart Android Wear watch the company unveiled at CES earlier this year, is set to start shipping out next week for $500USD.

The Casio Pro Trek Smart is their second Android Wear watch and comes in either Black or Orange colour options.

The watch will ship from either Amazon or Casio’s online store, though only Amazon appears to be shipping to Australia. The $500USD smartwatch will set you back $693.80AUD from Amazon, with shipping extra. There’s three options available:

  • $11.08 – AmazonGlobal Standard Shipping averages 9-12 business days
  • $15.93 – AmazonGlobal Expedited Shipping averages 7-11 business days
  • $47.15 – AmazonGlobal Priority Shipping averages 2-5 business days

The watch is the first to run Android Wear 2.0 out of the box, though their first model is receiving an OTA update now. Unfortunately the Casio Pro Trek Smart does not contain NFC, though it does come with a heap of other hardware including GPS and a water resistant MIL-Spec body with water resistance up to 50m.

Full Specs:

Key Specifications:Casio Smart Outdoor Watch (2017)
Screen size1.32-inch
Screen technologyTFT LCD + monochrome LCD
Resolution320 x 300
PPI332
Chipset
Core config
RAM512MB
Storage4GB
MicroSD
Battery0 mAh
Charging methodMagnetic crimped charging terminal
CellularNo
Speaker
Android OSAndrodi Wear 2.0
Dimensions61.7 x 56.4 x 15.7
Weight92g
Colours
  • Black
  • Orange
Build materialsStainless Steel
Band coloursBlack
Band materialsRubber
Band swappableYes

There’s been no announcements from Casio in Australia about supplying the Pro Trek here in Australia, so if you’re after this one, best get on board and start pre-ordering now.

 
Source: Casio.

Daniel Tyson   Editor

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