Well, you know
Plenty of SF goes on about this sort of thing. An outsized watch with a full screen and keyboard but that's allright because they're virtual. Or just the old Dick Tracy watch, or the KITT accessory. The chinese already make phones that look surprisingly much like watches. To use them as a phone you still need a bt headset, but hey, who doesn't have one of those in each ear all the time these days? Apparently not. What's cool on the silver screen doesn't automatically scale to the big blue room, apparently.
Of course, the idea of "combining" all your data needs in a watch is utterly brilliant. I mean, take watch, stick in 16GB or whatever the largest size microsd you can get these days, add BT for the PAN sauce. Oh and fumble something with the display, maybe, or postpone that to release 2.0 for extra excitement. It's so brilliant I haven't worn a watch for, oh, maybe two decades now? Kudos for the foresight, hp. Sorry, that was mean. Anyway.
They may be onto something, or maybe not. If they are they have some letting the vision crystalise into a sellable product to do, and maybe hold on the hp "must include printing somehow" sauce for the marketing for a bit. It was barely there but already distracted. Sometimes, what's cooking is less important than the annoyed question what clown is burning the burgers over there, anyway.
It may be utterly brilliant, but if nobody understands it, well, then maybe it isn't, after all.