I don't know about a HUD for me. I'm sure there will be plenty of folks that jump right into it and think it's the coolest thing ever, but I'm thinking the price point is too high. Will there be enough early adopters to drive the price down? Maybe. But, I don't see me buying one.
I think this is an obvious evolution of the watch. I'm not sure I would have a need for it, but I think it will do what Apple has been awesome at doing...create a market (or need) where there wasn't one.
Quoting mt99 (Thread starter): Asked another way: the guy with the walking around with the Bluetooth headset while not a a call? D^*&^che? or cool guy?
I wouldn't call him a d***, but I wouldn't call him cool, either.
Quoting mt99 (Thread starter): I might be a bit slow in picking up trends; so i decided to ask
I'm pretty slow at picking up on new technology. I'm hardly an early adopter.
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DeltaMD90 From United States of America, joined Apr 2008, 6671 posts, RR: 51 Reply 4, posted (10 months 2 days 1 hour ago) and read 628 times:
Quoting fr8mech (Reply 2): Will there be enough early adopters to drive the price down? Maybe. But, I don't see me buying one.
Me neither, but it makes me excited because it will lead to much more products at a cheaper price in this area. I feel the same way about 3D printers... to expensive, not enough uses now but give it 10 years and we'll all have them. I'm sure eventually there'll be contact lens computers or something crazy