Pebble vs. WeLoop Tommy Smart Watch Specification Comparison

WeLoop, in cooperation with DealeXtreme, will release released the US$70 $75 Tommy smart watch on September 15, 2014. This table compares the technical specifications of the Tommy and Pebble smart watches; superior specs are highlighted in bold text.
Edit 2014-10-13: Updated prices
Edit 2014-12-11: WeLoop will release an SDK

Spec Pebble WeLoop Tommy
Price US$100 (Original), US$200 (Steel) US$75
Image Pebble originalPebble Steel WeLoop Tommy smart-watch
Dimensions    52 × 36 × 11.5 mm       46 × 34 × 10.5 mm (Steel) 45 × 34.5 × 11 mm
Case colors (Steel) Stainless steel in brushed silver or matte black;
(Original) Polycarbonate in fly blue, hot pink, fresh green, black, grey, white, orange, or red
Polycarbonate in black or red (white in the future)
Watch band(s) included (Steel) Proprietary watch band connector; stainless steel band in brushed silver or matte black matching watch plus a black leather band.
(Original) Standard 22m watch band connector; color matched 22mm band included: Silicone (black) or TPU (white, blue, pink, green).
Color matched TPU band, proprietary band connector.
CPU Cortex-M3, up to 80MHz Cortex-M0
RAM 128KB SoC 24KB (8KB SoC+16KB external)
Flash memory 4MB (8MB in Steel) external + 512KB SoC 512KB external + 256KB SoC
CPU Power usage  32 µW/MHz 13.36 µW/MHz
Battery 7 days, 130mAh 21 days, 110mAh
App store 1000’s of custom apps and watch faces
(including: pedometers, find my phone, RSS readers, swimming lap coach, home control, remote controls, and much, much more)
None
Update Dec, 2014: WeLoop announced they will release an SDK, date unknown
Common built-in apps Caller-id, accept/reject calls, notifications, multiple analog & digital watch faces, music control
Unique built-in apps Multiple alarms, RunKeeper display Notification filtering, pedometer, find my phone, camera remote
Sensors 3-axis accelerometer, magnetometer, ambient light, thermal 3-axis accelerometer
Crystal Material Scratch resistant polycarbonate (Original) Mineral glass
Gorilla Glass (Steel)
Backlight White Blue
Compatibility iOS & Android
Bluetooth 4.0+LE
Display Sharp 1.26″ Memory LCD, 144×168 monochrome pixels
Output Vibration
Waterproof 5 ATM

Even More Details About Apple’s Grand Central Store

Rendering of the Apple Grand Central store proposal looking from the northeast balcony toward the east balcony.

More detail behind the WSJ's rendering of Apple's Grand Central store. View from the NE balcony area toward the E balcony. Credit: Rob Bennett for WSJ.

Mr. Grossman’s Wall Street Journal blog entry about Apple’s new Grand Central Terminal store provides great visuals for the new space.  Their proposal began as a response to the MTA’s May 23, 2011 Grand Central Terminal Request for Proposal and that RFP contains quite detailed floor plans, elevations, sign locations and mechanicals for the areas that Apple has proposed to occupy (see pg 32 of 61 for instance).

In RFP Addendum 2, Apple’s questions provide even more suggestions about their proposed modifications.  Enjoy!

The new Apple Store turned out just like the renderings!

Update 2: Apple’s store in Grand Central Terminal opened to the public on December 9, 2011 just in time for the holiday shopping season and it looks just like the renderings.  Happy Holidays!

Update:  Appendix 4 of the RFP links to an entire folder full of architectural, electrical  and construction plans.

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