Re: We will learn a lot more soon
>Apple didn't demonstrate a function that makes its $10,000 watch an absolute must-have device.
Apple and other wearable vendors haven't demonstrated that the value of data thrown off by these devices exceeds the cost and maintenance hassle of ownership. Knowing whether one has taken 1000 steps in a day doesn't really matter. If hard numbers are what it takes to motivate people to move about, then great, pay $349+ for an Apple Watch or Android Wear device. But having data and being active don't have to be related.
As for being able to get email on one's wrist, I'm more interested in getting less email than more.