One of America’s more well-known watch and accessories companies, has created two new wristwatches, called the Fossil Wrist PDA and the Fossil Wrist PDA/PC – which the company describes as the ultimate companions for Palm Powered or Pocket PC handheld devices. In these watches, data from the user’s PDA is downloaded to the watch through an infrared interface – allowing you to carry around PIM information that’s stored in your PDA in a smaller and lighter package to avoid bulk.
Fossil unveils Wrist PDA and PDA/PC watches
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