Sleek Bracelet Cellphone Has Integrated Headset for Cool Uhura Wannabes
Mar 06, 2009 19:07
Headsets. In theory, they were destined to make us look like people from the future. In practice, they make us look like dorks. Except maybe this one, which is integrated in this bracelet cellphone.
The design of the On Time Head Set System—a touch-enabled, bracelet cellphone that vibrates and lets you pick up the phone by placing its integrated headset on your ear—is simple and pretty, although I'm not sure about how realistic or practical it could be with current technology. Maybe in the future, when batteries get better. [Yanko Design]
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