We saw a peek of Casio’s Tryx (or TRYX if you like the all-caps style) camera yesterday when Casio mistakenly let it go live on their website… oh, and put up 100-foot posters of the thing all over the convention center. But now it’s really for real, and we’ve the specs and everything. Basically it’s a standard full-featured point-and-shoot with a crazy-ass body. That’s all you really need to know, but I guess I could stand to type the details here.
This odd-looking watch isn’t available for sale and it’s basically a science fair project, but here’s what’s up: it’s basically a low energy Bluetooth link that allows you to connect to your phone to grab contacts and calls on the fly. It’s obviously a prototype right now but low energy Bluetooth is actually a pretty big deal.