Cellphone wristwatch lets you play Dick Tracy, if Dick Tracy used a stylus

Have you thought about how cool it would be to be one of those Secret Service guys you see near the president, who talk to their lapels or sleeves all the time? Now with this touchscreen cellphone/PDA from iMobile, anyone can fulfill those secret-agent fantasies of their youth.

In addition to being an unlocked GSM phone (compatible with AT&T and T-Mobile), the iMobile is also a full-function touchscreen PDA with a tiny pop-out stylus and a media player that can handle both MP3s and video. While the 60MB of built-in memory holds plenty of phone numbers, text messages and notes that you enter using its handwriting-recognition software, you're not going to have much luck trying to recreate the cinematic experience watching Gladiator on the tiny screen. Somehow, they also managed to cram in a USB interface, Bluetooth capability and a speakerphone, and while the result is pretty bulky for a watch, it's a whole lot tinier than any iPhone or BlackBerry. It's available now for $200.

Via ThinkGeek