MSN Direct Abacus Wrist Net Watch Review

Posted: Feb 2 2004, 8:51pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 9:54am CDT, in Shopping | Shopping Tips


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We are following the Microsoft Smart Personal Objects Technology (SPOT) initiative since Bill Gates announced it January 2003. 
Fossil, Suunto and Citizen said they will build Wrist Watches with SPOT. Fossil and Suunto have their MSN Wrist Net Watches on the market since early January 2004, when they launched at the CES 2004.

A PR Company, Microsoft hired for the MSN Direct, sent us the Abacus Wrist Net for MSN Direct to review it. The idea of getting the latest news, stock ticker and appointment notifications on your wrist is definitely something that I am excited about. There are already a lot of reviews about the MSN Direct and Wrist Net watches available on the web and in the mainstream media (Feel the Microsoft Marketing Muscle), that is why I will be focusing on specific observations I made and not go through the whole product in detail. At the end of the review is a list of Wrist Net reviews available online.
Read the Full Wrist Net Review.

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