Casio’s Android WSD-F10 is leading edge technology automating delivery of common parameters that outdoorsmen and military personnel will use. The watch is completely configurable through direct user interaction or through your smartphone. Pretty impressive technology, and when you consider that it will load and run apps, you may want to give it a hard look. As I understand it, the watch is also MIL-STD-810G1 compliant.
The user can readily exchanged digital and analog displays of barometric pressure, altitude, direction and other readings including navigation. The dial’s appearance can be altered to suit activities by changing the color, contents or other display elements.
The watch is equipped with a pressure sensor, direction sensor, GPS and you can load apps. The watch works standalone or in conjunction with your Android device and it’s also BLUETOOTH enabled. For a video or photo experience, the watch interfaces to Casio’s wearable camera the EX-FR 100.
Price has not been announced officially but the scuttlebutt is $800 USD.
1 considers the influences that environmental stresses have on materiel throughout all phases of its service life. The complete MIL-STD-810G can be viewed here.