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Published: 7 July 2016

Product Type Smartwatch
Brand Martian
Device Name Notifier
Device Model # MN200RBR
Official Release Date 5/15/2014 ?
Target Market Worldwide
Retail Price $129.00
Weight (grams) 56.6 (Measured)
Device Dimensions (mm) 246.65 x 46.9 x 15.8 (Measured at Longest/Widest/Thickest Points, inc. Wristband)
Product Features
Operating System Proprietary; Compatible w/ iOS 7 +, iPhone 4S+, iPad 3rd Gen+, iPod touch 5th Gen+ & Android 2.3.3+
Processor Spec Bluetooth 4.0 SoC w/ Audio CODEC
Connectivity Bluetooth 4.0 LE, microUSB 2.0
User Interface (2) Functional Buttons, Watch Crown, Notification LED, Downloadable App
Storage Internal: 2 MB Serial Flash
External: N/A
Sensors 3-Axis Digital MEMS Accelerometer
Battery Type 4 V, 110 mAh, Li-Polymer
Battery Life (Hrs.) Use Time: 168 (7 days)
Display 0.7" OLED, 96 x 16 Pixels, Monochrome, Scratch-Resistant Acrylic Crystal

Report Description

A Deep Dive report is a detailed product disassembly analysis that examines the latest personal electronics and provides unique construction, benchmarking, and cost data in a highly-digestible and graphics-rich format. The products are torn down using proprietary methods developed at TechInsights to provide a disassembly report with a multi-disciplinary "system view."

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