Wrist Phone Concept By Thinking Materials

Posted: Jul 12 2004, 2:09am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:41pm CDT, in News | Portable Devices

 
Wrist Phone Concept by Thinking Materials
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Swedish Thinking Materials has been working on wristphone prototype. It was featured in wearable technology show cases at the 3GSM, CTIA 2004 & Wireless Connectivity World trade shows.

The company did not get much attention from the press yet about their wearable wrist phone. On their web site are no technical details. Thinking Materials was founded in 2000 and has supposedly a patent pending on a wearable communication technology platform.
Wrist Phones are the next big thing, since years and besides the Wristomo in Japan and one in China not on the market yet.

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