Wrist-Worn PC, Say Hello to Zypad WL 1000

The Zypad WL 1000 is the first wrist-worn PC created by Eurotech Group. It combines the same features of a standard computer with a device that provides the convenience and ergonomics of a wrist worn instrument. Thanks to the high level of circuit miniaturization, the Zypad WL 1000 harnesses all the potential power expected from standard hardware and software architectures.

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Weighing only 290 grams and shaped to the contours of the body, the WL 1000 can be worn comfortably on the user’s wrist. Its ergonomic design coupled with its easy interface (ensured by touch-screen functions and a mini keyboard) allow the user hands-free operation.

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pranay says: September 13, 2007


it is wonderful

i liked this idea oswem

mojoyojo says: May 1, 2008

a few more versions and it'll be just like glitch..

you know from reboot

that would be cool

Pavel says: November 4, 2008

Graphical Interface from the 1990s. Sick from the same interface problem worldwide. Ugliness and bulkiness. And even on the foto it could be seen that the lower-right corner would hurt the hand.

Good luck fixing these parts.

stephen russell says: March 21, 2009

Fix ergonomics, otherwise ideal as

Wristworn GPS & Celphone.

Below Markets for use (modified, adapted):

US Secret Service



Police forces


Security companies

Search & Rescue

Scuba diving: show Depth, temp, O2.

Services Tech

Customer Service.


Tour Guide

For Presentations: hit button X for POWERPOINT display in meeting room etc.


Wii Setup

WiFi set up

IT Services.

Orders & Shipping from Dockside vs by PC in office.

House webcam for video coverage?

& for Web use:





Simple Txt messages.

Advanced versions can be like Space Ghost power bands able to emit LASER or sonic beam at object for Defense.

But thats for the year 2030? 2040?

Just adapt a IPhone to the wrist & improve Ergonomics & buttons & Bingo a Winner.

Make strap etc adjustable.

Other markets:

Active seniors


Basketball, baseball use

Monitor patients via Remote Telemed.

Race swimmers?


Test pilots./

Hard hat divers

Fire Dept use.

Much $$$$ from this alone.

giuseppe mincolelli says: February 8, 2010

i designed this object in 2006

cool says: June 7, 2010

would love on (but would have to use a modified os not standers windows) and nees a CebCam:)

lizzie says: October 28, 2010

i think it would be cool

Doc O'Malley says: March 22, 2012

If it was given a more elegant OS it would be very popular, as well as detachable outer plates for those who would like to change the look of their own "Computer". I understand this is very geeky, but if you were to base the casing and buttons off of the Pip Boy from "Fallout" it would have a more user friendly look to it. It could also be given the same properties as a phone making it an all-in-one PDA. I would sure buy one and put it to good use.

-Doc O'Malley

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