The OnHandPC - A PDA On Your Wrist

Posted: Jan 16 2003, 4:36pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 1:40pm CDT, in News | Portable Devices

The OnHandPC - A PDA On Your Wrist
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The OnHandPC, the power and memory of a Palm m100 in the size of a wrist watch!

Imagine that, for only $169 (about a year ago, prices were up to $299), you get a watch with over 30 applications pre-installed. A scheduler, address book, expense manager, and a calculator are just few examples of what you can expect to find on your watch. And there is more! If you're a C-programmer, you can even develop your own applications for this watch. At PConhand, you can find more games and applications available for download. You can even find an application to browse the web offline on your watch. Information can be entered directly into the watch by using a little joystick, but data can also be transferred through IR or docking station from and to a PC. Right now there is a software contest running on the site which will hopefully stimulate more developers in writing more software for this wonderful device.

Oh yes, you can also use it to tell time!

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