Ok, let's say you need some way to listen to tunes while riding your BMW Slidecarver scooter. How connecting headphones to hand with a BMW-branded LAKS watch with built in MP3 player? The watch itself has precise Japanese movement and some degree of water-resistance, although why you'd ever have your MP3 watch near water is beyond me. The MP3 unit has 256 MB of storage, to hold roughly 60 songs or varying amounts of word processing or Powerpoint documents. It will connect via U.S.B. to Mac, Windows and Linux systems, and you can expect to blow $275 to get your wrist under one.
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