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Computer on your wrist

It’s a watch, it’s a GPS…no it’s a PC? Eurotech says why not multi task from your wrist, and has introduced the WWPC, a wrist thingy that can accomplish a ton of applications and makes the computer even more ubiquitous. You get the features of your home or office PC with either plugged in or wireless internet, GPS, Bluetooth technology, WLAN and even Linux and WinCE support.

Like Santa, the PC knows if you are sleeping, it knows if you’re awake…well almost. With new technology, the WWPC can tell by your arm’s position if it can go into standby mode. Plus you get more than eight hours of on the go use, due to the WWPC’s minimal power usage and dependency on the Li-ion cell. It’s not uncomfortable and offers a number of GUI’s. You get teeny speakers, a headphone jack so you can hear without ticking off people close by, Wi-Fi, USB, and IRDA.

Before you think this is a toy, think of the capabilities this mini PC would offer emergency teams, healthcare workers, security and even defense applications. Maybe for your stocking next Christmas?

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