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Why Smart Watches Failed
« on: August 27, 2017, 11:51:53 pm »
I know that many of your love technology as much as I do, but there are some things that are cool - but impractical. As much as I still love my Pebble Steel and Martian Notifier, the fact is that Smart Watches are pretty much dead. Pebble is done, Motorola quit and Jawbone is out. Those are just a few of the companies that saw the writing on the wall and quit while they were ahead before they lost their shirts. While this is gone for now, it will probably be like VR and come back around again in a few years. There are several reasons the wearable failed as quickly as it did. You can read more at the link below.

   Smarthingyches failed to meet expectations and penetrate the mainstream consumer market for a variety of reasons. The top reason is that they are either too bulky and expensive or they're too limited in functionality to justify purchase and use by all but the most dedicated gadget enthusiast.Source: ComputerWorld

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