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Sony SmartWatch: Cool, But Limited Value
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Inverse137
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Inverse137,
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4/12/2012 | 4:49:38 PM
re: Sony SmartWatch: Cool, But Limited Value
"Wristwatch gadgets" never catch on. The only thing I have close to a wrist-watch gadget is my heart rate monitor/gps recorder that I wear when I work out. And I NEVER wear that when not working out as just a plain old watch.

I doubt this will even make a blip on the gadget radar.
SROSEBURGH000
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4/12/2012 | 4:46:41 PM
re: Sony SmartWatch: Cool, But Limited Value
Why Sony would bother to try and re-create an Ipod Nano watch that doesn't do 1/2 of what the nano does, is just beyond me. Add bluetooth to a nano watch along with Facetime so I can pretend to be Dick Tracy!


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