What does the GB-6900 have to do with Bluetooth?
Casio isn’t trying to break a ton of new ground with the GB-6900’s Bluetooth features. Inside, the watch is mostly the same old G-Shock, but adds half a dozen or so functions that exploit its connection to your smartphone. The big ones are email and voice call notifications, Find Me, a dropped connection notification, and automatic time adjustment.
What’s new with Casio gb-6900b and GB-X 6900b?
Now Casio ups the ante even further with the updated and improved GB-6900B (GB-6900B -1) and larger GB-X6900B (GB-X6900B-1) collection of watches that will markedly improve upon the functionality of G-Shock Bluetooth watches. Inside the watches is Casio’s new “Generation 2 Engine” which offers a compelling list of features that you’ll actually use.
What are the different types of notifications on the GB-6900?
The GB–6900 gives you three choices for notifications: beep, buzz, or both. The bad news is that in order to choose which one you want for calls and emails you’ll need to jump into the menu on the watch itself; a frustrating experience until you get the hang of it.
How big is the G-Shock GB-6900?
In fact, it looks so similar to some of the company’s other pieces that unless you’re familiar with the lineup it can be hard to tell the difference. The size and weight of the GB-6900 — about 50 x 50mm (2 x 2 inches) and 64 grams (2.26 ounces) tend toward the big-and-heavy end of the G-Shock spectrum, but not overly so.
What are the features of Casio GB-6900?
It also features the G-Shock line’s name-inspiring shock resistance, a vibrating buzzer for alerts, water resistance to 20 bars of pressure, and an LED backlight. Casio is using low-power Bluetooth 4.0 in the GB-6900, which gives it incredible battery life compared with everyone else in the smart watch market.