You’d like a drink, but don’t know where to turn?

A pair of beer-loving entrepreneurs have just the solution — a computer that straps onto the wrist and directs the wearer to the nearest pub, Britain’s Sun newspaper reported.

The hi-tech device uses satellite-positioning systems to determine the wearer’s location, then prints the addresses of the four nearest pubs on a screen, the paper said Friday.

The contraption, called eSleeve, also recognizes the wearer’s voice and can even help drunken revelers find their way home, according to Bristol University inventors Cliff Randell and Henk Muller.

Randell was quoted as saying: “It works perfectly, but might have trouble recognizing your voice after one too many pints.”