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Watch this Wednesday: The onHand PC Watch

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Last week on Watch this Wednesday we hit you with the mysterious and oh-so-seductive Sexum Adult Digital Watch. This week we bring you all the power of a PC (well, from the 80s) to that wrist real estate you're looking to renovate.

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What it is:

The onHand PC watch is actually a PDA, running a 16-bit CPU @ 3.6 MHz, 2MB of flash memory and running W-PS-DOS version 1.16. Using its joystick IR port and onboard virtual QWERTY keyboard you can enter and view data on its 102x64 dot matrix STN liquid crystal display with EL backlight.

Why we like it:
They managed to cram just about all the applications you?d ever want, or even need in a PDA, all in a watch; PIM: Calendar, Addressbook, Task List, Memo Feature, Expense Tracker. File Manager: To add or remove files, folders, or programs. Clock: Digital Clock and World Clock. Accessories: Calculator, Countdown Timer, Chronograph, 4 Games, 4 Alarms, Sound. Viewers: Text Viewer, Image Viewer, Alarm Playback, Chronograph Viewer. Jeez, this is almost better than our Palm V we bought back in ?98. Oh, and if you have one of these, here?s a great place to grab some images to put on it.

Where to get it and how much: $109.99 from ThinkGeek.

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