I don’t know about you, but I live my life by my laptop, and I am totally dependent on finding a decent Wi-Fi signal, preferably a free one.
I see no point in opening my laptop, wait for it to boot up, then get rid those darn unnecessary pop-ups, only to find out that there isn’t a Wi-Fi signal to get a hold of.
Fortunately, I can have something that can detect a Wi-Fi signal. And not some device that I might lose, but something that is attached to my wrist like a watch. Something like a Wi-Fi watch, which just happens to be available from ThinkGeek.
All you need to do is hit a little button on the side, and you’ll get a reading form 0 to 8 which will let you know exactly what kind of connectivity you can get. However, one thing I would like to know is if it shows whether it is an open connectivity thing going on. I mean, I like it when I can get a Wi-Fi available, but can’t stand it when I find out that I have to enter a password.
Well, the Wi-Fi Detecting Watch comes with a stylish steel case and a rubber strap band, and is available for $29.99 on the Think Geek site.