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a.saji
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Re: My Precious!
a.saji   3/11/2014 4:21:39 AM
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@Elizabeth: Yes true size does play a major role even though its easy to use. User friendliness is something which has to be considered in a very major manner.   

Elizabeth M
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Re: My Precious!
Elizabeth M   3/11/2014 3:30:52 AM
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Thanks for your comments, Daniyal, I think it is a really interesting development as well, although i am not sure I would want to wear it all the time if it's too big and heavy. But I agree, there has to be a better way to interact with devices, and this sounds pretty good to me. But stay tuned for another story I have just written but which hasn't posted yet about technology like this for device control but that attaches to your device rather than your finger.

far911
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Re: My Precious!
far911   3/10/2014 1:39:39 PM
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Ya true it seems like.

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My Precious!
Daniyal_Ali   3/10/2014 11:19:44 AM
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This sounds awesome Liz. I have a great feeling that this device is going to be a huge success, as it makes life very easy for the users.
Frankly, i am quite fed-up with the keyboard, mouse and even touch screens. Being a guy, it sounds quite weird but i am desperately waiting for the Ring!
On a lighter note, this will give engagements a whole new meaning. :)

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