Casio’s sports watch boasts a tough look, but even tougher to use software
The Casio G-Shock Move GBD-H1000 smartwatch breaks new ground, and is a powerful GPS sports watch in a familiar-looking G-Shock package.
Casio has done smartwatches already, in the form of the Casio Pro-Trek WSD-F30 smartwatch, designed for the great outdoors. That packed Google’s Wear OS and an insanely big and tough build with pre-loaded apps for hiking, fishing and mapping.
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