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Will you be buying a SmartWatch in the next 12 months?

Survey period: 2 Dec 2013 to 9 Dec 2013

...assuming the SmartWatch of your dreams is on the market in the next 12 months (and: Buy == acquire in whatever manner you see fit).

I already have one372.08

GeneralRe: What problem does it fix? Pin
Silvabolt2-Dec-13 6:15
Silvabolt2-Dec-13 6:15 
GeneralGak. Pin
mikepwilson2-Dec-13 5:15
mikepwilson2-Dec-13 5:15 
GeneralSmart? Pin
MarqW2-Dec-13 4:42
MarqW2-Dec-13 4:42 
GeneralOption needed! Pin
Johnny J.2-Dec-13 4:25
professionalJohnny J.2-Dec-13 4:25 
GeneralRe: Option needed! Pin
Silvabolt2-Dec-13 6:18
Silvabolt2-Dec-13 6:18 
GeneralRe: Option needed! Pin
Herbie Mountjoy3-Dec-13 5:22
professionalHerbie Mountjoy3-Dec-13 5:22 
GeneralThere was a time... PinPopular
Mehdi Gholam2-Dec-13 4:07
Mehdi Gholam2-Dec-13 4:07 
GeneralWith a smart-watch you "waste" one hand Pin
Andreas Gieriet2-Dec-13 2:25
professionalAndreas Gieriet2-Dec-13 2:25 
You could argue: why do you need a watch when other gadgets (like a smart-phone or a tablet) show you the current time?
Watches are treated as jewellery, but otherwise, they are kind of anachronistic - if it's only about time, why not have it as a finger ring (maybe very flat and small)?

The biggest drawback of smart-watches is that you give up (without cause) on using one hand to operate the gadget.
The good thing is, you don't need a bag/pocket to store the watch when you not actually "use" it - it's "stored" at your wrist.

The best of both world would be if you could carry the thing without feeling it and use it with all your senses (both hands, eyes, ears, ...) when needed.
Maybe as a necklace Wink | ;-) , pierced to your ears Big Grin | :-D , sticked to your neck Smile | :) ... or put into your pocket (again) Wink | ;-) , ...

Of course, there are some niches that might get filled with some kind of modular gadget carried at your wrist: watch, bluetooh based phone, GPS, step counter, pulse meter, blood preassure meter, blood oxigen meter, sweat-o-meter Big Grin | :-D to determine when you need some specific food/food-additions (or medicine), etc. The watch-part is rather irrelevant in that case, just a goody. Internet surfing in the traditional sense (acquire information) or texting is probably not the strength of such a device - too small in any sense.

GeneralIS smart watch is smarter than me? Pin
♥…ЯҠ…♥2-Dec-13 1:44
professional♥…ЯҠ…♥2-Dec-13 1:44 
GeneralNeither WOW or Useful... So NO! Pin
AlexCode1-Dec-13 23:40
professionalAlexCode1-Dec-13 23:40 
GeneralRe: Neither WOW or Useful... So NO! Pin
♥…ЯҠ…♥2-Dec-13 1:48
professional♥…ЯҠ…♥2-Dec-13 1:48 
GeneralI will rather invest in a fitness device than a smart-watch. Pin
Rutvik Dave1-Dec-13 22:51
professionalRutvik Dave1-Dec-13 22:51 
GeneralRe: I will rather invest in a fitness device than a smart-watch. Pin
OriginalGriff2-Dec-13 0:04
mvaOriginalGriff2-Dec-13 0:04 
GeneralRe: I will rather invest in a fitness device than a smart-watch. Pin
AlexCode2-Dec-13 2:30
professionalAlexCode2-Dec-13 2:30 
GeneralNo. Pin
OriginalGriff1-Dec-13 22:15
mvaOriginalGriff1-Dec-13 22:15 
GeneralRe: No. Pin
ZurdoDev2-Dec-13 1:18
professionalZurdoDev2-Dec-13 1:18 
GeneralRe: No. Pin
AlexCode2-Dec-13 2:35
professionalAlexCode2-Dec-13 2:35 
GeneralNo need for a "smart-watch" gadget ;-) Pin
Andreas Gieriet1-Dec-13 21:29
professionalAndreas Gieriet1-Dec-13 21:29 
GeneralRe: No need for a "smart-watch" gadget ;-) Pin
Nelek4-Dec-13 0:51
protectorNelek4-Dec-13 0:51 

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