Conan O’Brien and Andy Richter demonstrate that the Apple Watch might not be practical for everyone

Conan O’Brien’s sidekick Andy Richter can’t figure out how to use the new Apple Watch, and he discovers he’s only taken 4 steps so far that day.

When the Apple Watch announcement was originally made, many people were excited about being able to combine the aspects of wearables and using other healthcare apps in combination with regular smartphone functions.

Plus we now know about the ResearchKit tools, which will grab data from both apps and HealthKit. Users will be able to opt in and share data with researchers, but Apple won’t have access to the data.

But it isn’t clear yet how user-friendly the device will actually be. Andy Richter, Conan O’Brien’s right-hand man, received one early so it could make an appearance last night on the TBS show. (He didn’t really – it’s just a choreographed bit.) But they used the brief segment to humorously point out that this kind of technology, though cutting edge, might not be practical for everyone.

After all, as Richter discovers, he had only taken 4 steps that day. And he can’t figure out how to tell what time it is on the watch

Surely a lot of people will love this device. After all, pre-orders have surpassed the 2.3 million mark. But the combination of things it can do with your average tech malfunctioning issues could end up making using the Apple Watch more challenging than helpful, well at least for people like Richter.