Watching Out with Sony SmartWatch

By | December 26, 2012
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How can you keep yourself update when you have your hands full or while you are running? You usually put aside your smart phone while doing your everyday sport like biking, walking or running. You either place it in your bag or leave it at home rather than risk losing it on the road or damaging it when it slips from your hands or pockets.
Sony has made an Android watch that you can bring with you for a hands-free discreet update of your important notifications like messages and calls. It also deals with the problem of not being able to hear your phone while on the go.
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The Sony SmartWatch can be connected to your phone up to a distance of 10 meters. It works like a small version of your smartphone by keeping you informed about your family, colleagues, friends and social network. You don’t have to worry about missing urgent calls. You can download applications from Google Play. You can manage your music player right on your wrist. You can use fitness apps to match your active lifestyle.
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It works with most Android phones making it also known as Android watch. It provides elegance and flexibility for your personal preferences with several colors available for your 20-mm wrist straps. You can also change your interface by choosing between analog or digital watch.
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It provides multiple touch levels and easy navigation. It has three levels of micro display. You can navigate different levels by swiping or tapping. Access the options menu by long press. The Android device vibrates to notify you of a message, call or any other update. This will help your problem with noisy environments when you usually miss hearing sound alarms from your smart phone or other devices.

It can stay discreet and yet still available even when you are in the work field or in the movie house. It continuously reminds you of incoming E-mails, information and calendar events. It is easy to carry as you can keep it in your bag or pocket. It is 8-mm think with 36x36mm flat dimensions. It main device weighs 15.5 grams with 26-gram watchband.

Package inclusions are SmartWatch main device with clip, watchband adapter, black watchband, USB charger, warranty leaflet and user guide and colored multi-touch OLED display. It works on Android system. It supports Bluetooth with core version 3.0. You can view track information of your music on display. The screen also lets you read your SMS messages, reminders on your calendar and E-mail. It also enables viewing of messages from your social networks like Twitter and Facebook.
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Low power usage lets it last for a week. Typical usage can last for three to four days. Heavy usage allows one day before recharging through USB. Use your headset to take calls. You can also mute and reject them. The take-call feature is not supported with other brands of phones.

SmartWatch is compatible with Live with Walkman, Xperia arc/arc S, Xperia active, Xperia mini/mini pro, Xperia neo/neo V, Xperia P, Xperia PLAY, Xperia ray, Xperia pro, Xperia S, Xperia sola, Xperia U, Xperia X8, Xperia X10, Xperia acro S, Xperia ion HSPA, Xperia go, Xperia J, Xperia ion LTE, Xperia miro, Xperia T, Xperia tipo/tipo dual, Xperia neo L, Xperia V, Sony Tablet S and Sony Tablet P.

Full compatibility with other brands that allow open technology protocols is being continuously worked at and updated by Sony Mobile Communications. There are different kinds of compatibility. Full compatibility allows all functions of SmartWatch to work with devices including HTC Desire C/ Desire S/ One S/ One V/ One X/ Wildfire/ Wildfire S, Huawei U8650, Orange San Francisco, Motorola Defy/ ATRIX/ Droid 2/ Milestone 2/ RAZR, Samsung Galaxy 5/ Ace 2/ Fit, Gio/ Mini/ Nexus/ SII/ SII ICS/ SIII/ SL/ Nexus S/ W.

Partial compatibility enables major functions including full Bluetooth capability. Devices supported include HTC Wildfire S, Samsung Galaxy Fit/ Ace/ Gio/ Note and Motorola Defy +. No compatibility means no function works with the devices not mentioned above.


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