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The Out-of-Box Experience (OOBE) has been identified as a significant factor contributing to user perception and acceptance of products and technologies. Whilst there has been considerable emphasis placed on formalising methodological procedures for evaluating the OOBE and on the creation of positive user experiences through appropriate interfaces and applications, relatively little work has been undertaken examining how the OOBE is impacted when the experience itself covers a range of (possibly interconnected) devices. In this paper the authors report the results of an empirical study which examined the OOBE when a Personal Digital Assistant and Head Mounted Device were configured and then connected for inter-operability purposes.
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