Windows On My Wrist By Radhika Seth 08/05/2014 Enough of those Apple iWatch concepts; its time now to turn the heat up for good ole Microsoft! Take a look at this ‘Microsoft Windows for Wearable OS’, a Smartwatch that is intuitive, functional and very Microsoft.Designer: Nadir AslamSharePinShareFlipSharePocket260 Shares Related Posts The International Design Excellence Awards 2020 are open for entries – Here is a look at last year’s winners The International Design Excellence Awards are considered to be the most prestigious design accolade in the world. The year 2020 marks the 40th edition of the… A self-filtering mug that takes care of the tea-bag while you sip your tea We invented the tea bag in 1904. It took us over a century to invent a place to keep it. Meet the Cupio, a teacup for… Bright Lights and TRON Time How do you read time… if you’re INSIDE a computer?! This is a question we’ll all have to ask when we’re at that new TRON movie… Electrolux Design VP Simon Bradford on product design, tech, and the impact of Silicon Valley Simon Bradford is sitting in the conference room waiting for us. He’s just demoed Electrolux‘s Intuit kitchen range, a cutting-edge range of kitchen appliances that are… For The Weary Traveler The frequent traveler knows having the right accessories can keep a trip from becoming a disaster. Neck pillows are notorious for promising more than they deliver…. Double the Power Wireless Dual Battery is a compact disk-shaped design that splits into two components. Both the ends house recharging gear and can be used to juice your… TagsConceptMicrosoftNadir AslamsmartwatchWearableswindows Previous articleSnack Packs for Snack Attacks Next articleCalculator 2.0 6 Comments Pingback: [ET] Windows On My Wrist Pingback: » Blog Archive Windows On My Wrist » Pingback: Windows On My Wrist | Design News From All Over The World Pingback: 戴在手腕上的windows操作系统 Microsoft-Smartwatch-Concept | 奇趣事 Pingback: Windows On My Wrist | Info-Trails Stuh says: 08/08/2014 at 12:57 am Well.. Have you ever try any android wear device?your scale of UI were apparently too small to operate properly.Also the watch itself is too small.Comments are closed.