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Sony Ericsson LiveView

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Sony Ericsson LiveView

PC Magazine
11 March 2011
  • Conclusion: More geek than chic, the homely Sony Ericsson LiveView is a half-hearted attempt at a wireless remote control for your Android phone; stay away from this one.
  • Pros: Works with any phone running Android 2.0 or greater. Fun to use for a few minutes, assuming you can get it working.
  • Cons: Clumsy pairing and installation procedure. Requires two separate Android apps in order to work. Wrist strap is tough to assemble. Ugly. Unreliable. Facebook polling is too infrequent. Lots of OS lag.
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Overall 9
9.0

Sony Ericsson LiveView Micro Display Review

DragonSteelMods
12 February 2011
  • Conclusion: I thought the LiveView was a bit gimmicky when it first came out and I’m not alone in that thought, many other people have said the same thing. Since I’ve had it I’ve found that it can be useful especially if you want the ability to control your phone from a distance. We use our phones now for media players and the LiveView can let you control it from distance which is a rather novel idea. The LiveView sort of gives you freedom and it’s nice.
  • Pros: +Decent battery life, +Good range, +Unique and useful product, +Seems nicely made, +Fairly simple to use, +For what it is the resolution is good, +Several apps available with more being made, +Lightweight
  • Cons: -A bit thick for a watch, -Sometimes disconnects, -Bluetooth drains battery of course, -Not exactly high resolution, -Random lock ups with phone
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PHOTOVIEW: Sony Ericsson LiveView Bluetooth Micro Display for Android Smartphones

theunwired
10 January 2011
  • Excerpt: Sony Ericsson's earlier announced and recently released LiveView is a - as Sony Ericsson calls it- micro display which allows Android users controlling the phone without ever taking it out of the pocket. It's using Bluetooth technology to connect to any compatible Android 2.1 (or higher) smartphone and comes with a 1.3" OLED screen with two hardware buttons on top and four touch sensitive softkeys around the display.
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VIDEOVIEW: Sony Ericsson LiveView Bluetooth Micro Display Unboxing and Hands-on

theunwired
10 January 2011
  • Excerpt: The Sony Ericsson LiveView is a Bluetooth-enabled micro display which allows to control compatible Android smartphones without ever taking the phone out of the pocket. The LiveView connects to any Android 2.1 (or higher) smartphone and features a 1.3" color OLED screen with two hardware buttons on the top and four touch sensitive softkeys around the display.
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Sony Ericsson Live View Software Update Review

Zath
15 February 2011
  • Conclusion: This is far from a fix-all solution but it does go quite a long way there; however whilst these updates do make the Sony Ericsson Live View , much more appealing is going to be the App Market that could really make the Live View a hit, so we will have to wait and see just how much that will expand and what innovative apps appear and how popular they become!
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Overall 8
8.0

Sony Ericsson LiveView review

electricpig
14 January 2011
  • Summary: The Sony Ericsson LiveView has huge potential, and so long as you've got a supported phone it might be worth getting in on the ground floor
  • Pros: Tiny, helpful and surprisingly untacky
  • Cons: Glitches, needs to be worn in place of a watch
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Sony Ericsson LiveView Review

Zath
11 January 2011
  • Excerpt: Earlier this year Sony Ericsson released their new ‘LiveView’ device, although due to the lack of publicity you probably won’t have noticed: a point not helped by the fact that it is incredibly hard to describe what it actually is, but seeing as we had one to review we thought we ought to find out.
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Обзор аксессуара Sony Ericsson LiveView: пульт ДУ для Android

mforum.ru
2 April 2013
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Overall 7
6.8

Sony Ericsson LiveView im Test: Handy-Display in der Armbanduhr

CNET
24 November 2010
  • Summary: LiveView von Sony Ericsson bringt das Handy-Display in Form eines kleinen OLED-Touchscreens an das Handgelenk. Via Bluetooth wird die Armbanduhr vom Android-Smartphone mit Uhrzeit, Facebook-Statusupdates, der aktuellen Position, E-Mails, eingehenden Anrufen oder SMS versorgt und erlaubt so, permanent und unauffällig Up-to-Date zu sein – auch in Meetings, in der Schule oder beim Sport. Wir haben das Gadget ausführlich getestet.
  • Pros: innovativ und cool, unauffälliger Blick auf SMS, E-Mail, Facebook & Co. möglich, dezente Benachrichtigung über eingehende Anrufe, fairer Preis
  • Cons: häufige Verbindungsabbrüche, wirkt noch nicht ganz fertig, reduziert die Akkulaufzeit des Smartphones, mitgeliefertes Armband samt Befestigung qualitativ minderwertig
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Expert Review

Cowcotland
18 November 2010
  • Summary: . Même si l'écran reste petit, il est plus simple de lire un SMS dessus que de sortir son téléphone de la veste puis de la housse.
  • Pros: Concept original, Fixation sur bracelet, Fixation sur clip, Sobre, même en mode montre, Autonomie, Ecran plutôt lisible en plein jour
  • Cons: Prix un peu élevé, On veut des plug-ins !, Plantages à répétition, Logiciel imparfait
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