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Seiko Bluetooth Watch


It may be ugly, but it kind of shows where we’re all headed. This watch reacts to your phone like a Bluetooth headset. It vibrates on calls, tells you who’s calling, and allows you to set phone configurations from your wrist. It’s also huge.

Seiko Shows Cellphone-Friendly Bluetooth Watch [Gizmodo]

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  1. Much to big in this iteration, but the idea of a bluetooth watch display is long overdue. Something that can link to mp3 players, phones, PDAs, or even a laptop shoved into your backpack, would finally deliver the promises of the bulky, battery-sucking devices from the past.

    Let’s hope the inevitable failure of this device doesn’t disuade them from trying again.

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