Laks wristwatch features an integrated MP3/WMA player

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#1

I just posted the article Laks wristwatch features an integrated MP3/WMA player.

  At the  upcoming CeBIT, the Austrian company       Laks,      will present a watch with included MP3/WMA player that doubles  as a portable storage device. The watch called...
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#2

I don’t normally wear a watch but this is very tempting. I just hope it isn’t 2 inches thick as I can only find one view. It can be password protected according to the website. This would be great while on an airplane flight. :X
[edited by Crabbyappleton on 11.02.2004 01:43]


#3

Nice idea but the headphone cable would be annoying. Why not wireless like Bluetooth? :slight_smile:


#4

I hope the clock has a seperate battery