Fossil Creates Wrist PDA
Fossil has introduced the Wrist PDA, a watch that can communicate with a Palm OS handheld and store addresses, to-dos, memos, and appointments. The watch's built-in applications provide read-only capability and can store up to 190 KB of information. It can send and receive business card info and store twenty business cards. It will be available in early 2002 at stores and online for $145.
Its address book can hold up to 1100 contacts including name, two phone numbers, two fax numbers, two call numbers, e-mail address and miscellaneous notes. Drop-down menus allow users to view different categories.
The date book can store up to 800 appointments. It includes day, week, and month views and supports repeating appointments, notes, and alarm reminder windows.
The memo pad can hold up to 350 memos with 400 characters each.
The To-Do list can hold up to 5000 to-dos with independent category viewing through convenient drop down menus.
The Wrist PDA has a 102 by 64 pixel LCD. It uses an 8-bit Epson CPU. On the front is a button that acts as a joystick plus Home and Back buttons.
It is water resistant down to 30 meters.
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