Would you buy into the next generation of hi-tech watches?  3 Comments


The New York Times filed an interesting report on the next generation of disruptive technologies - at least disruptive to the current electronic watch industry.While the current set of teenagers predominantly tell the time via their smartphones, clearly the more innovative companies like Nike and Sony are looking to provide multifunction devices on their wrists. Most interesting of these are the devices that are able to assist users to develop a sensible exercise and sleep pattern. I am tempted. Even as a traditionalist who would only wear a mechanical movement to tell time, I would certainly wear a device on the other wrist to help me monitor aspects of my health. I look forward to the widespread use of such devices. Its time for us all to adapt to a more healthier lifestyle.

New York Times Report on disruptive tech.



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