Poll: Do you plan on buying a smart watch?

  PC Advisor 12:49 PM 06 Mar 13
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Smart watches are set to be the next big thing, but what do you make of them?

Let us know in our poll.

Poll: Do you plan on buying a smart watch?

  Quickbeam 11:19 AM 07 Mar 13

I'm with the pointless camp.

  Quickbeam 11:20 AM 07 Mar 13

...they've mended it.

  Chronos the 2nd 11:33 AM 07 Mar 13

I did not want to show my ignorance by adding my vote to What's a smart watch?

  Quickbeam 11:36 AM 07 Mar 13

I'd sooner not be associated with the 4% Yes, but I'm not really sure why lot!

  Bing.alau 11:47 AM 07 Mar 13

I've already got a smart watch. It does everything I want it to. Are they not satisfied with turning a mobile phone in to an all round entertainment center. They want to do the same to a normal watch.

Eat your heart out Dick Tracy!

  spuds 11:51 AM 07 Mar 13

Yesterday after 17 votes were displayed, I ticked "What's a smart watch?", and about 33% were asking the same.I see its now down to 30% with 287 votes.Ignorance is bliss :O)

  Quickbeam 11:57 AM 07 Mar 13

What's a smart watch?

Can we expect a new generation that speaks to their wrist 24/7 to evolve?

  spuds 12:13 PM 07 Mar 13

In answer to the above QB question: Yes.

But having said that, I often speak to myself in supermarkets and out and about, and I get some rather strange looks?.

  Chronos the 2nd 12:49 PM 07 Mar 13

But having said that, I often speak to myself in supermarkets and out and about,

Probably the less said about that the better spuds. Lol

  Woolwell 13:10 PM 07 Mar 13

I cannot wear a watch and have to have a pocket watch instead. However I increasingly find that I look at my mobile phone for the time. I think this is on the increase with others too as wrist watch sales are in decline.

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