November 16, 2001
Supercomputer, desktop, laptop, palmtop - and now, the wrist PDA
Author: JT Smith
Kelly McNeill writes "Fossil's new wrist PDA may not allow you to frag your network-buddies in an all-night gaming session of Quake, but it will store important information like phone numbers, appointments, addresses and the like. It uses the same beaming technology found in most palmtop devices. The thing that makes this miniature PDA especially cool is that it looks not unlike a standard wristwatch. It seemed like a natural transition to me. Despite its small size, the average PDA isn't as portable as a wristwatch, nor is it as easily accessible."