Further to my recent post, I have done a slightly more polished visual of the Windows Phone Watch.

We really have become a generation of phone twitchers. Constantly whipping out our phone to check if w have an email, message, notification or even the time.

Wouldn’t it be great if you could just glance at your wrist to check if you have a new email. Then pull out your phone, tablet or laptop to reply.

Windows new metro interface is all about at a glance.  So my concept is too extend that principle to the watch. The idea of this is for it to be an accessory to the phone/tablet/pc, not a standalone product.

Let me know what you think.

Further to my recent post, I have done a slightly more polished visual of the Windows Phone Watch.

We really have become a generation of phone twitchers. Constantly whipping out our phone to check if w have an email, message, notification or even the time.

Wouldn’t it be great if you could just glance at your wrist to check if you have a new email. Then pull out your phone, tablet or laptop to reply.

Windows new metro interface is all about at a glance.  So my concept is too extend that principle to the watch. The idea of this is for it to be an accessory to the phone/tablet/pc, not a standalone product.

Let me know what you think.

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