|The dawn of wearable computers|
|By Thom Holwerda on 2018-08-08 22:17:07|
If you deem your new smartwatch the most futuristic piece of technology around, better you have a look at this strange thing dating back to the good old Eighties. It's the UC-2000, a wristwatch wearable computer introduced in 1984 by well-known Japanese tech company and watchmaker Seiko.
I love these things. They're not exactly pretty, but its designers and engineers must've worked within some insane limitations.
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