Smartwatches - gimmick or useful tool?
dthomas 1 year ago
I sat today that Pebble watches are available at big box stores, and it looks like Apple is planning an iWatch. I can see the utility in something like Google Glass, you have a persistent display that is visible whenever you want it. I’m not so sure about so-called smartwatches. Is it just a tiny little display screen on your wrist, that displays a limited amount of the info on your device display? Maybe it is just me, but I don’t find it all that inconvenient to glance at my smartphone’s display. OMG, have I turned into a crumudgeon already - these darn kids and their crazy smartwatches (shakes fist in air)?!?!
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