Microsoft Launches SPOT Watches At CES 2004

Posted: Dec 19 2003, 9:12pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:10pm CDT, in News | Portable Devices

 
Microsoft launches SPOT Watches at CES 2004
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Microsoft will officially launch the MSN Direct Wrist Watches at the CES 2004 on January 8th.

A Microsoft spokeswoman confirmed that SPOT watches will be available at Fossil stores in Las Vegas during CES, and then at retail stores nationwide the following week.

The service will be available initially only in U.S. metropolitan areas and parts of southern Canada, but testing has already begun in Europe, the source said.
Full Story at InfoWorld.

Fossil has their MSN Direct Wrist Watch Line online since a while. So in about 3 weeks they should be on sale.



Update 01/08/04:
SPOT Watches on Sale Now!

See Also:
First Microsoft SPOT Wrist Watch Review
New Fossil SPOT Wrist Net Watch Dick Tracy
Suunto readies n3 Microsoft SPOT Watch




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