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Is anyone considering buying Pebble?
25 replies to this topic
Posted February 17 2013 - 10:43 PM
Paul, I am with you. I think it would be great to have a watch that is connected to the phone. As I keep my phone either in my pocket or in my belt holster, it's far more convenient to just glance at my wrist for incoming alerts rather than to have to pull out a device. Glad I didn't jump on Pebble now knowing that Apple and Samsung are racing to market their own watches. It should be very interesting over the next year to see what these companies come up with.
Posted February 18 2013 - 05:34 AM
David, Please let us know what you think of Pebble. I came close to purchasing it, but I think I am going to wait to see what Apple comes up with.WIll do. I stopped wearing watches a long time ago, but I used to love wearing them and like many here I prefer a good looking analog.
Posted February 18 2013 - 07:17 PM
Originally Posted by Ronald Epstein
The idea of watching videos on your watch is ridiculous. GPS maps is a good idea, tho. Maybe they'll be limiting sales too much by making them accessories to phones, but Joe Consumer is probably going to want to play Angry Birds on these things and sales will tank because of the complaints about usability.
One iPod Nano watch bands came out Apple really should have realized the potential and offered a limited selection of apps. More expansive health monitors than Nike, GPS, email readability (tho responding would require voice recognition, i would think), etc.
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