AGENT Smartwatch With Qi Wireless Charging Launches On Kickstarter (video)

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A new smartwatch is looking to step in the growing market called the AGENT Smartwatch which promises to be the world’s smartest smartwatch to date, featuring world-class developer tools, unparalleled battery life, and Qi wireless charging.

It wasn’t long ago that another smartwatch started its journey on the Kickstarter website in the form of Pebble which raised an astonishing $10,266,845 in the process. Watch the video after the jump to learn more about the AGENT Smartwatch project and see it in action.

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“We weren’t willing to compromise. So we spent the last year testing and integrating the very best new technologies from around the world, eliminating limitations of the past.

We’ve created the first smartwatch that doesn’t compromise, with both unparalleled batterylife and powerful watch apps. With two-way communication to smartphones and amazing developer tools that you can download today. And with so much more. This is AGENT, a brand-new generation of smartwatch.”

The AGENT smartwatch project is currently over on the Kickstarter website looking to raise enough pledges to make the jump from concept to production. So if you think AGENT smartwatch is something you could benefit from, visit the Kickstarter website now to make a pledge and help AGENT smartwatch become a reality.

It will be interesting to see just how much the AGENT Smartwatch is capable of raising from Kickstarter, after making a good start, clocking up $224,076 with still 29 days to go.

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  1. Lost me as soon as the video showed “lost connection to phone…”, this is the stupidest DUMB watch… why would anyone who owns a smartphone buy a watch to connect to it and have to carry around two devices?

    Logic is somehow missing and/or lack of creativity is just shameful?

    Anyone can add Qi charging by simply rigging up the battery with an internal universal qi adapter device that you can buy off eBay, Amazon etc…

    Now, imagine people who currently have a tablet and a phone…. who in their right mind is going to be walking around with three devices?

    This is not a smart watch at all… it’s even so big and bulky and ugly and cheap that it would not even be worth it if it had what it should have a dedicated phone… that also has an ability to connect to other devices such as another smartphone or tablet…

    Until I see a watch that does that selling and not a concept I’m not impressed.

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