Being in a foreign city can be an intimidating experience. You don't know your way around, you don't know the language, you don't know where the good restaurants are. You need a little help. This portable search engine concept device by Jukka Roitto provides said help, using GPS and the internet to help you figure out where you are and what you're doing.
Wrapping around your wrist, this touch-screen enabled device would provide you with maps and info on where you were. It also acts as a portable music player. Hmmm… this all sounds pretty familiar. I'm wondering why anyone would use this when they could just keep an iPhone or similar smartphone in their pocket. It provides all of these features plus, you know, a phone. But hey, maybe you're too lazy to reach into your pocket. Fair enough.