Use it as my regular watch. I've got a whole bag dedicated to computer repair when I go out to work on a computer, but the watch is around for emergencies.
If you're actually interested in a USB watch in the future I'd recommend this one
instead. With it the USB part is separate, where you simply place it into the watch's case when not in use. With mine its not detachable, and is a PITA because you haft to have the extension cable if you want to connect it easily, just one more thing to carry around.
Nice! That's a sweet watch. And the price is pretty reasonable too. $50 ain't that bad. I was expecting to be in the $60-$70 range or something.
I think I'll probably get that someday. Can't afford to get it now though.
Interesting watch there, never heard of walkie talkie built into a watch before. Shouldn't be surprised though. That site I linked to above have other crazy watches too, like a full media player and screen built into it. I wouldn't want to go around with that on my wrist!
Yeah...all kinds of cool gadgets out these days.
I used to be into spy equipment and stuff (still am, actually). There are all sorts of gadgets in that field.
Have you ever subscribed to the Eye Spy magazine before? They've got pretty cool articles and stories about real-life spies. Plus, with the subscription, they send you a spy equipment catalog which has lots of cool spy gadgets in it that you can buy. Stuff that real spies might use, such as all kinds of cameras, bugs, voice changers, phone taps, etc., etc...
Plus, they got counter-spy stuff too.
I love how people make one product to do something, then people make something to counter that other something (often the same people make the two conflicting products), and then so on, and so on...
The battle of who has the best spy equipment and the best anti-spy equipment rages on.
EDIT: As a matter of fact, I just looked at my own copy of the spy equipment catalog, and I see something called "X-Ray Spray". You can spray it on an envelope, and it will turn opaque paper temporarily translucent, allowing the user to view the contents of an envelope without ever opening it. Thirty seconds after the application, the envelope will return to its original state, leaving absolutely no markings, discoloration, or other indications of use. That's just one example...there are way more.