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12. 01. 2005

Bendable e-paper watch


Seiko Watch is about to market the first wristwatch that uses electronic paper. The company intends to release only 500 units in January worldwide, using the novelty of the product to spark new demand for such wristwatches.

The braclet-wristwatch features a thin, bendable e-paper trimmed in stainless steel which makes it a high-tech accessory without the geeky look. A black-and-white pattern of stripes on the watch changes every hour.

From Nikkei.

Posted by regine    Category: wearables
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gimme gimme gimme gimme!


do you know how to get/buy one? anyone?


does the whole watch bend or just the e-paper inside?

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