The days are gone when watches were used for merely watching the time. With the induction of technology, timepieces (especially wristwatches) have turned into a style statement or a wearable system to organize your day at work. Designed by Chris Holden, the “Remind” is an identical wristwatch that synchronizes with personal computers through a USB slot and uploads your calendar and to-do list information, thanks to the modern e-ink technology. Intended particularly for the elderly, people with Alzheimer’s or those with a bad memory, the Remind is an extremely low profile yet durable watch that apart from telling the time also sets reminders, adds pictures and updates remotely through a text message from another user.
The wristwatch is about the thickness of a piece of paper, which users may recharge at any USB point, while the USB neatly fitting into a female USB plug at the other end of the band works as the clasp for the watch. You may customize the display by plugging the watch into your computer. Moreover, the low power e-paper screen reduces recharging time and frequency in a great way, making it lightweight and undisturbed for the users.