The watch smartphone
Thread poster: Bruno Depascale

Bruno Depascale  Identity Verified
Italy
Local time: 21:24
Member (2009)
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Jul 22, 2013

Dear colleagues,
I just wanted to signal you a new device, which has been recently released in the Market: i'm watch. http://www.imsmart.com
It is a watch that has many features of common smart-phones. I have still not bought it, but I am very interested in it.
It is a device completely designed and manufactured in Italy with top materials.
I look forward to your opinions.
Bruno


 

Samuel Murray  Identity Verified
Netherlands
Local time: 21:24
Member (2006)
English to Afrikaans
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Apps? Jul 22, 2013

Bruno Depascale wrote:
I just wanted to signal you a new device, which has been recently released in the Market: i'm watch. http://www.imsmart.com


Does Trados run on it?


 

Bruno Depascale  Identity Verified
Italy
Local time: 21:24
Member (2009)
English to Italian
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TOPIC STARTER
yes! Jul 22, 2013

Samuel Murray wrote:

Bruno Depascale wrote:
I just wanted to signal you a new device, which has been recently released in the Market: i'm watch. http://www.imsmart.com


Does Trados run on it?


It could seem strange, but it does have apps..
It is a medium-high profile product and has good reviews in the italian blogs and forums.
The problem is: who needs it?


 

Fernando Toledo  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 21:24
German to Spanish
Colapse Jul 22, 2013

Bruno Depascale wrote:

Samuel Murray wrote:

Bruno Depascale wrote:
I just wanted to signal you a new device, which has been recently released in the Market: i'm watch. http://www.imsmart.com


Does Trados run on it?


It could seem strange, but it does have apps..
It is a medium-high profile product and has good reviews in the italian blogs and forums.
The problem is: who needs it?



Could I have a stroke if I try to see what time is it with my Google glass in the I'm?

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Anton Konashenok  Identity Verified
Czech Republic
Local time: 21:24
English to Russian
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Nothing new Jul 23, 2013

Watches with built-in mobile phones have been available for several years from obscure Chinese manufacturers. This one is only "smarter". Now, the question: why combine the uncombinable? I can certainly imagine various uses for a device strapped to my wrist, but a phone is not among them. Using it without a headset would require me to take it off the wrist or to do some strange contortions to bring it to my ear.

 

Anna Spanoudaki-Thurm  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 21:24
Member (2009)
German to Greek
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Quality? Jul 23, 2013

They certainly did not care much about the quality of the translation of the web page into Greek. My guess: cheap translation portal.

 

LilianNekipelov  Identity Verified
United States
Local time: 15:24
Russian to English
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I don't think I would have any use for such a device Jul 23, 2013

I hardly ever use a regular smartphone, or a conventional watch, so this combination does not really appeal to me at all. I'd rather buy another good laptop number 5, with an excellent keyboard, first of all.

 


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