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An Amazing Solar Powered Nixie Watch [Geek Tech]
posted November 7 2013 14:00.10 by spic0m

For all of you who do not know what a nixie tube is, it is an electronic device for displaying numerals or other information using glow discharge. They were commonly found in scientific equipment, however, when the LED and LCD displays started becoming popular the nixie tube was completely replaced.

Some of you might remember Steve Wozniak sporting a nixie watch a while back, well this isn't that particular watch. This nixie watch has a whole truck load of more powerful and nifty features. To start with, the Kopriso nixie watch model -Mi Esposita-, is not only sporting a couple of solar panels that are ingeniously used in several different ways that make this watch quite unique, but it is also the world's smallest nixie watch.

[Link: techmoan]

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