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Sony SmartWatch puts your smartphone on your wrist

Most of us have our phones glued to our hands. We’re always expecting that next call, email, or text to pop up, and you never know when you’re going to need to tweet something. The only problem with having that lifeline ever-present in your phalanges is that you are down a hand to move through daily life.

This is a time where having your phone strapped to your wrist would be awesome. Knowing that I wasn’t the first to think this, it comes as no surprise that Sony made the SmartWatch. It will work with an array of different smartphones, the list can be found here, but it will sync up to your Bluetooth to act as if they were one in the same. You can answer or decline calls, play music, and read emails, sms, and calendars all in one place. If you’re using it infrequently, its battery will last about a week. They cost about $183 on Amazon (even though the MSRP is $150) and come with a black wristband. It’s not restricted to just being on your wrist though. The face can come off the strap and clip onto almost anything.

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