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July 8, 2006

Wearable Wrist Computer From 1984

at 7:27 am. Filed under Funny Hacks, Insane Equipment

I want one. Well….. maybe not 🙂

“Take a gander at the Seiko UC-2100. This is how far we’ve come in 22 years. Compare that monster with the Zypad WL 1000, which has WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, and Linux/Windows CE. The Seiko, well, we’re lucky if it tells the time correctly.”


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5 Responses to “Wearable Wrist Computer From 1984”

  1. wasaaa Says:

    There’s a small mistake.. we can acctualy see that the model in the picture is UC-2100 not UC-2000 😀

  2. Alan Parekh Says:

    Thanks Wasaaa, it has been corrected.

  3. wasaaa Says:

    np, Alan, great website thanks for doing it..

  4. william Says:

    holy crap, is that a watch? looks more like something for old-computers.com

    seriously how are you meant to wear that monstrosity on your wrist and how much does it weigh. and it would probably be next to useless by todays standards

  5. metac Says:

    wasaaa, this watch is a UC-2000, the keyboard is a UC-2100 and the controller(has a keyboard and printer) is a UC-2200 Alan was correct.

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