Commander Gauntlet WristDreams reports: Californian NetworkAnatomy, which makes eight-pound wearable communications systems and the futuristic Commander Gauntlet Glove for soldiers and firemen, apparently has developed a prototype of a wristwatch cell phone.
Only weighing 32 grams, the watch is made of Kevlar material and works on regular wireless and satellite networks.
when a wearer squeezes the watch phone's wrist=band, it will automatically dial 911 and provide authorities with the user's exact location with its built-in GPS system. The device, likely to become available in Asia before yearend, will be priced between $400 and $600. Linman expects it to make its way onto the U.S. market by 2006.
This news is hidden in a great article about the future of Mobile Phone Wrist Watches in BusinessWeek.
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