geek watch

This watch, made by Xonix, can store 256MB of data (more than you could store on 175 3.5″ floppy disks). A USB cord is tucked away in the wristband for uploading or downloading data.

Geeky yes, but it’s so cool.


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  2. Imagining the USB cable tucked in somewhere had me picturing a “See and Say” toy. Remember those? Maybe they could make a watch like that where you pull the cord and it shows a short mpeg movie on the face. LOL

    Comment by Renee on September 29, 2003 @ 7:19 am
  3. The most noticeable difference between “Geeky” watches and this watch is the look. It’s actually a nice looking watch. Maybe someday they’ll create a normal watch with a fliptop clock face that has the calculator face underneath. It’s geeky without appearing geekly.

    Comment by jason on September 29, 2003 @ 1:40 pm
  4. Reminds me of when I bought a 100 MB IDE HD and thought it was just SOOOOOO big compard to the old MFM and RLL drives…. now you can get 2 1/2 times that in a watch….

    Comment by Book Review on September 30, 2003 @ 2:38 pm
  5. Personally I rather like USB flash memory keychains(I hate wearing watches). As a geek, what I’d really like is a ring which had a stone that would change colors depending on whether I was in range of an open Wi-Fi network. Yes I knwo that that is sad, but hey, I already put in the I’m a geek disclaimer at the beginning.

    Comment by Steve on October 1, 2003 @ 10:22 am
  6. Casio has had the flip top watch for years. It was a Telememo watch underneath.

    Is this USB watch water resistant to 100m? I can imagine the USB connector getting all gunked up in everyday use.

    Comment by Rick on October 3, 2003 @ 12:22 am

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