Is wearable tech a fad or the next big thing?
stylor 36 weeks ago
So far CES seems to be a lot of awesome TVs and tech that you wear this year. As someone who grew up with a 13” black and white TV, I can see the appeal of bigger and better screens in the living room. Wearable tech I am not so sure about. Do you think things like Google Glass and Pebble watches will really hit the mainstream, or is wearable tech destined to be a niche product with limited market appeal?
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