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Caleb Kraft
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smart but ugly
Caleb Kraft   10/2/2013 9:21:15 AM
I can't figure out what to think about the smart watches. I mean the geek in me loves having all that technology crammed into that tiny package, but then again.. that screen just comes off as too big and clunky for a wristwatch.

I could se the benefit of knowing at a glance if I have mail/tweets etc. but I think I would prefer a more elegant interface for actually consuming the media.

Caleb Kraft
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Re: One to watch...
Caleb Kraft   10/2/2013 9:17:26 AM
it has its own operating system? oooh, that isn't necessarily a good sign. If you want things to spread, tap into an existing community. Then again, maybe they've made something better than linux/android.

From the rather breif description, it sounds like a high resolution google glass... but in a cube instead. I'd love to see more in-depth info!

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One to watch...
Charles.Desassure   10/2/2013 8:26:43 AM
"Virtual retinal display for the connected self," for over $800.  Wow!  That price will have to drop in the future if this device is going to sell.  But I can this device taking off in the future.  This believe that this is one to watch.

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Wearables watch
rick merritt   10/1/2013 2:55:27 PM
What did you see at Glazed or, if you weren't there, what do you see happening in this wearables space?

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