Interesting Windows 7/8 Watch Concept Design
We always enjoy the concept designs that pop up from time to time made by regular users showing what they would like to be produced, although we know this will never happen is nice to have different and amazing options of futuristic devices.
This design made by Mithun Darji from Ahmedabad, India demonstrates an interesting concept that would look very cool if ever came to reality.
The concept is about a Windows 7/8 device with WIFI and Phone functionality on a watch strap which includes Bluetooth headset, four music transport keys, two volume keys and 4 other keys (Maybe phone keys).
Although this is only a concept design would be nice for Microsoft to have an operating system which could be ported onto different platforms like mobile devices, tablets and more.
Please leave your a comment with your thoughts about this cool design and thanks for reading.
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