We clued you in to the Seiko Spectrum for women last month, but a still photo doesn't really do justice to its extra-smooth E-Ink display. That's why we've got video and a series of still photos. What we don't have yet is a ship date or a price on this, but it's likely to be sometime this fall, and at a price that you can't afford. Seriously, this will be so limited edition, it makes Seiko's F1 Honda masterpiece look like a McDonald's happy meal prize.
Video & Gallery: Seiko's E-Ink Spectrum for the Ladies
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