The world’s first wrist-type computer released in 1984. Consisting of two parts, the watch and the built-in printer controller, it allowed you to play games after first inputting a BASIC program using a keyboard. It boasted a memo function for up to 2,000 characters, a phone and address list, and a built-in schedule management function covering the following month. A pocket size keyboard (optional) could be attached to enable you to work out of the office.
with dreams and vision
The watch, the controller, and the optional keyboard were in a box-type casing with a straight line emphasis and a coordinated design. The coloring was a high contrast two-tone gray base with orange buttons as accents. At the time this design expressed a future vision full of dreams. During this time of the Family Computer and the PC, this kind of mini-PC-like design became exceptionally popular.