re: Nokia's Vibrating Tattoo: A Bad Buzz
Eric, I'm with you. Too much.
Safar, none of the devices you mention (Bluetooth headsets, wrist watches, headphones, exercise heart rate monitors. etc., etc., etc.) are permanently attached, and bear absolutely no resemblance to what Nokia is proposing. In fact, a Bluetooth-connected wristwatch (better, a bracelet or maybe a ring of some sort) that vibrated when a call came in would be interesting
While I am not inclined to have anything attached (embedded, anchored, etc.) to my body, one question I have is whether this Nokia device would work with other brands, or is it a ploy to make brand loyalty more attractive? Would the thought of having the thing removed if you switched to Samsung make you think differently about switching?