Well Connected

Walzer, Emily
January 2006
SGB;Jan2006, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p38
Trade Publication
The article reports on technological innovative sportsgears. Companies fused function with entertainment and communication. The latest wearable electronics take mobile technology to the next level for Fall 2006. A statement from Marker Vice-President Greg Gripp is presented. A related trend is the growth in products designed to carry the latest hightech gadgetry.


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