With most people looking to convert the new iPod nano as a permanent timepiece, the HD3 Slyde watch may be a great breath of fresh air.
The HD3 Slyde watch has a fairly basic look, but still has loads of designer appeal. There are battery indicator lights on the side and a light sensor that automatically adjusts brightness. All controls will be accomplished by slides or taps on the screen. The HD3 Style Watch won't come cheap as it will cost about $5000 for one; however, one look through the gallery may have you deciding that it's worth the price.