But even this low number hides a more telling reality: Many consumers who did buy smartwatches don’t wear them. After purchase, and some months of use, those watches are now gathering dust in a drawer somewhere. Because: What’s the point?
Smartwatches failed to meet expectations and penetrate the mainstream consumer market for a variety of reasons. The top reason is that they are either too bulky and expensive or they’re too limited in functionality to justify purchase and use by all but the most dedicated gadget enthusiast… More at Computerworld.
And you thought I was negative. Thanks to Bob for the link.