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    Having a 4g watch to spread it's data to all of you gadgets is a really cool solution with one obvious problem. Unless there is a mini nuke in the watch there is no way it would last, but it will happen. I would love to pay one data sub for my watch and have my phone/tab/life connected by it. The problem with using a phone or a tab as your hot spot is that you do nt always have them with you. A watch on the other hand... Pun intended
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    Quote Originally Posted by Titan078 View Post
    ...The problem with using a phone or a tab as your hot spot is that you do nt always have them with you. A watch on the other hand... Pun intended
    Actually, I have my phone with me all the time. I used to wear watches but not anymore. Watches are so 90's. But I understand what you mean by having one data device that connects all other devices. That would be what we do now with phones. At least that's how I use my phone. I have two batteries with me at all times...
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    Anyone had a look on Tech Specs | i'm Watch ?
    Even though WebOS is not listed in compatible os list, it seems that the way the watch connects to the phone is very similar of the touchpad...
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    Watches are so 90's.
    Hey! What is the problem with us, from 90's?

    I like watches... always give the hour, after the 3G connection drink all my battery...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayenberg View Post
    Anyone had a look on Tech Specs | i'm Watch ?...
    Standby with Bluetooth only (up to) 24 hours? And without Bluetooth 48?
    That means you'll have to charge it every day?
    No thanks. What a waste of energy...
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    Now that Metaview has made an app for the Sony Ericsson MBW-150, that's my plan, smartphone, not quite dumb watch. I don't need internet on my phone, but it will be nice to see who's calling or texting me.

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