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Eurotech snuck this wrist PC onto its slate a couple weeks back and forgot to tell anyone. The 2.8 x 2.1-inch touchscreen is a 65,000 color TFT, and there is an input pen attached to the strap. The WWPC has 32 MB system ROM-Flash, 64 MB system SDRAM, and expands up to 1 GB through the built-in SD memory slot. And check this out:

L1 16 channel GPS receiver with active helix antenna; wireless connectivity: IrDa (up to 4Mbps), Bluetooth v1.1 (up to 721 Kbps) wireless LAN 802.11b (up to 11Mbps) with hardware coexistence handshake; 2 specific internal antennas


So just about any host system can be connected to this wearable ‚ÄĒ wired or wirelessly. Plus it runs in full operational mode for six hours on a couple of rechargeable batteries. The "wrist-worn personal assistant" is meant for emergency, security, health care and other professional users. But even so, I expect something a bit more stylish from an Italian mega-wristwatch.

Wearable Computer WWPC [Product Page]

[Thanks Franco!]