Wearable technology is all the rage these days, the market is booming, and companies are scrambling to get a piece all to themselves. The only way to get ahead is to arm yourself with knowledge of the industry and jump headfirst into the fray.
This book will help you gain the information you need to get inspired and change your future.
Millennials are definitely the demographic that finds the most appeal in fashionable wearable technology. The changes seen in the market are evidence of this. The benefit of this book is that it will help you catch up with the latest trend in technology and the market because wearable tech is here to stay.
That said, however, products are now being made for every demographic. Young, old, man, woman, human, animal, you name it and there's a product for them. The challenges of using technology are diminishing with each passing moment as more and more devices become easy to use and wear.
The fashions of today are irrelevant tomorrow. That has always been a fact. However, with the advent of e-textiles and fabrics that use nanotechnology to enhance the wearer's experience is the future, as predicted by many in the industry. Don't be left behind by not finding out about the latest trends.
What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?
More content, in-depth analysis and perhaps predictions. How do these things work, which is better....
What was most disappointing about Elijah Hunter’s story?
It was like a high-level fly-over that I might expect in a product descripton on Walmart.com really did not teach anything new.
You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?
Any additional comments?
Waste of time.