Epson to release world’s lightest GPS watch

Epson is a brand known for their reliable printers. The company has been in the business for quite some time and they have been successful for almost all the years.

Now, the company is expanding their repertoire. Epson has announced that they are entering the GPS race. And mind you, it isn’t your typical GPS device.

Size matter in the electronics worlds so looking for for the best home theater projector isn’t that far off. The smaller and the lighter they are the better. Though we don’t have to substitute size with features, but nowadays small devices can now have a hundred and one features that we’ve only imagined before.

Epson is set to release their GPS watch. It is touted as the world’s lightest GPS watch. This was designed for runners and offers them a more accurate readings and excellent battery life. it is a water resistant watch up to 50 meters.

You can view the full press release from Epson here.

F1 2011 comes to PS Vita

Men have always dreamed about getting behind the wheel of a Formula 1 race car. Imagine the thrill of being able to maneuver through the course with speed and precision? That would be an awesome experience.

Unfortunately for some, their yearning to become racecar drivers is being done in normal city streets. With pedestrians and other commuters using the same road as they do, the chances of getting to an accident are high.

Well, imagine no more. All you have to do to make your Formula 1 dreams come alive is a PlayStation Vita. Sony has announced that F1 2011 is making its way to the game console.

There is a single player season and a multiplayer race where you can play with up to four of your buddies at the same time. There is also time trial head-to-heads and short challenges.

This game is Codemasters’ third title to use the Formula One motorsport license. This was initially released for PC, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Nintendo 3DS.

Formula One 2011 is joining Asphalt Injection, Ridge Racer, ModNation Racers: Road Trip, MotorStorm: RC and Wipeout 2048 was the titles that are now Vita ready.

We don’t have any news yet as for Sony’s in-house game Gran Turismo.

Check the website for further updates.