Are smartwatches useful at all? Do these things have decent ganoo/loonix distributions? Are there any of these things with a physical keyboard instead of touchscreen bullsoykaf or a keypad? Normally I'm the kind of person who would avoid technology that is inspired by and is supplementary to autism rectangles, but I can't deny that I would really love an IRL COMP.
>>36092 >physical keyboard How on earth would that work? Either it'd be so large that it'd be a pain (literally) to wear, or the screen would be so small that it would be unusable. The only way I could think of getting that to work would be having the keyboard completely separate from the watch; perhaps as a pendant or as another watch on the other wrist. Both of these ideas are stupid.
>>36093 I have one and to be honest this is pretty much the only thing they do.
>>36092 If you want a real life COMP ala Shin Megami Tensei, your best bet would be to go for a micro computer + lcd screen + keyboard and some case for all that stuff. I've been planing to do something like that with my raspberry pi but I'll wait till i have some more money
I think would be cool to talk to my wrist just like a movie secret agent. Besides that, the ability of changing watchface is a very good feature in comparison to regular watches. But I think it is still not worth it.
>>36093 Well, for that you could just buy a smartband. It's a lot cheaper and has a much better battery life.