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First look: Camden from Storm London


So this is pretty cool. It’s an LED watch with a touch screen for changing the modes. I’m probably going to do up a proper review next week, but here’s a quick look for you to whet the appetite.

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  1. I think the disadvantage of electronic devices is that their novelty factor is for a very short time before a newer and better product comes along. Anybody buying a watch would want to feel that it would have a value that extends beyond the novelty value. Within six months this watch will probably be outdated and I can only compare it to first cell phone bricks that we can only laugh at now. That is the nature of electronic goods, novel and enthralling today and laughing stock tomorrow.

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