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The schematic diagram of the Oscilloscope Watch's innards (Photo: Gabotronics)
Multiple views of the Oscilloscope Watch prototype (Photo: Gabatronics)
The Gabotronics Oscilloscope Watch is a testlab on your wrist (Photo: Gabotronics)
Size comparison of the Oscilloscope Watch against the Timex Ironman Triathlon sports watch (Photo: Gabotronics)
Both sides of the Oscilloscope Watch's circuit board. The CPU chip measures 9 mm on a side (Photo: Gabotronics)
The many display modes available on the Oscilloscope Watch (Image: Gabotronics)
3d rendering of the Oscilloscope Watch (Photo: Gabatronics)
3d transparent rendering of the insides of the assembled Oscilloscope Watch (Photo: Gabatronics)
What do you wear on your wrist, is one-third the size of a deck of cards, and helps you troubleshoot your latest electronics project? The Oscilloscope Watch, of course. The Swiss army knife of electronics, this tiny test lab (or bulky watch) includes a 2-channel oscilloscope, frequency analyzer, arbitrary function generator, and a protocol sniffer. The price? An amazing US$125. Oh yes ... it also tells time.
Read the full article: Summon the geek squad: An Oscilloscope Watch!
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