Electronic games giant Sega has teamed up with Swatch to develop a Dreamcast-compatible internet-enabled watch.
Users of Sega's Dreamcast console will be able to download information from theinternet and transfer it to their watches. They can then upload the data to other Dreamcast consoles or to special adapters. Sega is planning to install these adaptors in public areas such as airports and cinemas.
The watch will use wireless technology currently used in ski passes and leisure passes, and will be priced at about $150. However, it is unlikely to be available in Europe until the autumn.
The watch is the second gadget Sega has announced for Dreamcast. Only last week the company launched a home video conferencing system for the console.
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