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Topic # 160059 22-Dec-2014 10:58
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Sony Mobile Communications has today announced local pricing and availability for the most recent additions to the Sony SmartWear Experience range - Sony SmartBand Talk and SmartWatch 3 are now in store. The Sony SmartWear range offers a special something for everyone, just in time for Christmas.

The new SmartWear Talk and SmartWatch 3 talk to Lifelog, the popular accompanying app designed to help you understand more about the way to live and move, so you can improve and enrich your life.

The SmartBand Talk is a powerful lifelogger, bringing call handling and voice control from your wrist, with an always-on curved 1.4” E Ink display and waterproof design. The SmartWatch 3 is the first smartwatch specifically designed for the latest Android Wear updates. New experiences and further opportunity for personalisation is offered through the desktop web interface and open API for Lifelog app coming soon.

“Life is a journey, and journeys are made up of stories and experiences that define you – this is the underlying principle for Lifelog, the Android app at the heart of our SmartWear Experience. We’re going beyond mere fitness tracking and number crunching, to help you log and preserve those moments that matter,” said Peter McKeon, Managing Director Oceania, Sony Mobile Communications. ”As a pioneer of smart and wearable technology, SmartBand Talk, SmartWatch 3 and Lifelog don’t merely affirm Sony’s leadership in the space, but as the innovators who dare to be different by bringing the world choice through products and services no-one else can, or will.”

The SmartBand Talk is available now from Sony stores, through Sony online and from Noel Leeming, at RRP $299.95.

The SmartWatch 3 is available now in black from Sony stores, through Sony online and from Noel Leeming, at RRP $399.95.






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  Reply # 1202305 22-Dec-2014 19:23
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Um..... I started a Smartwatch 3 thread a couple of days ago. The Sony Store has it priced at $360.




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