When TV is more important than time

Wristwatch remote is a sure sign of addiction.

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If you find yourself even vaguely interested in this multimedia remote watch, there may be some 12-step programs to consider. What's even more disturbing is that it's not the only one of its kind on the market.

Unlike the previous touch-screen version, this one apparently doesn't need a stylus because it has buttons more like a full-size remote, which can work up to 5.5 yards away, according to GeekAlerts. But we still don't know why any sane person would need to keep a remote attached to the body at all times, unless tthere's a pacemaker involved.

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