Not yet encrypted with facial recognition and language processing.
It’s possible that the designers of the Nooka Zub Zenhn 20 Watch got inspiration from HAL 9000’s central data core. Or perhaps they’re trying to prepare us for a future where all written language is in lines and barcodes. How the hell do you tell the time with this watch? Well, the top row shows hours 1-6, the second row shows hours 7-12, the third row minutes 0-59, and the fourth seconds 0-59. Plus the Zub Zenh has a chronograph and alarm.