A while ago I did a post on this subject originally on the PAE main site. I then posted it here on this blog with a little extra stuff added to it, but I had plan's to do another follow up post. Now I am sure at least some of you have heard of or played a game called Fallout, in the game there is a thing called a "Pip-Boy". This is a wrist computer used be the character that gives him everything he needs to know, such as his overall health, a map, radio, and the character's inventory, as well as other things that would be rather useful like a Geiger counter.
WC(wrist computer or wearable computer) is the Zypad W200. You can take the tour of the device here.
WR100. A version that could see military use, for which it would be perfect for. Imagine the soldier of tomorrow, armed not only with a WR100 but also with exoskeletons as well as the cheetahbot and a laser rifle.
But there is more than just the Zypad WC out there right now. Currently General Dynamics has the GD300 and HP is developing once using it's flexi screen technologies.
Ghost in Shell.