PC built for the wrist

By Derek Sooman on
The idea of wearable computers has been around for a while now, but the concept is expected to be a major growth area for the IT sector soon. The Eurotech Group has designed a wrist-worn personal computer, weighing just 200 grams and capable of running Linux or Windows CE. The device is equiped with a 72mm x 55mm touch screen, 64MB SDRam and up to 1GB storage. Six hours of battery life is provided for.

Full GPS is built in, as is Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, and the device is controlled via a stylus and touch screen. A speaker is incorporated as is stereo sound via headphones.

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