I would personally prefer that. Setting aside the Black Mirror series which warns of such technology. My ideal is we bypass the muscular needs of having to send neural signals to muscles to make noise and bypass the process or transforming sound into neural signals, and simple think and it be transmitted. In the same way we can think of speaking and not speak and think of moving and not move, I'm sure there is a point in the brain which is downstream of only intended to "speak" which is upstream of physically speaking. I imagine I can think I want an Uber and one appears, robotic self driven, I think I want some food and it appears via a food delivery, think about work and a memo appears in the consciousness of a colleague.
I am close to that already and I like it. I use a smartwatch, Android Wear (now known as Wear OS) on an LG Watch Urbane 2.
I use it in a cheaper mode of operation than it is capable of. If you buy a watch as part of a phone plan you pay about $10/month for the added SIM card, it shares the one phone number and when you're distant from the phone when someone rings your phone your watch rings. You can BT pair the watch and then you're very nearly phone-less but can receive calls and filter notifications.
I use Google Voice and PAYG Truphone SIM which gives me a free for incoming calls number, and when I am deciding to leave my phone behind I point my GV number to the Truphone number and then when someone rings me it goes to my watch. I pair the watch with Anker buds (if out and about for short time usually the Slim+)
This is not intended to be checking and web connection, the interface is too small and basic, but it is good for filtering notifications and receiving calls and the odd reply via a small on-screen keyboard.
Android Pay (now called Google Pay) off a watch is very convenient especially if you're a fast moving outdoors type, because waterproof and do not need to grab a phone or wallet, just hold wrist to til
Around here Trader Joes, Safeway, Whole Foods accept this form of payment.
In UK I found this form of payment far more prevalent, in fact everywhere took it as in UK it is called "contactless pay", using the same technology as the popular local credit/debit cards