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Microsoft SPOT watch
The Microsoft SPOT Watch smartwatch was ahead of its time when it was announced in 2003. SPOT stood for Smart Personal Object Technology. This was an initiative by Microsoft to personalize household electronics and other everyday gadgets.
Development stopped in 2006 and officially shut down in 2008.
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The Kerbango was introduced in 2000. It was a radio that worked on either dial-up or broadband and played stations streamed from the Intenert.
Sony Slider TV
The TAV-32FL2 was a concept product from Sony in 2005. It contained a 32 inch Sony Bravia LCD TV in a speaker housing. When listening to music you could slide the speaker up over the screen. It was said to feature surround sound in the compact design.