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Sony SmartWatch 2
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Sony SmartWatch 2

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Sony SmartWatch 2: Still a Good Buy?

DigitalReviews.net
6 March 2015
  • Summary: The Sony SmartWatch 2 is pretty reliable. The one we reviewed nearly 2 years ago and which we passed on to a team member, is still going strong, with the only issue being that the crown has been knocked off in a careless moment. For a more in-depth review please read our earlier write-up here .
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Sony Smart Watch 2

consumersearch.com
16 April 2014
  • Conclusion: The Sony Smart Watch 2 (Est. $200) is a solid, conservatively designed smartwatch that serves as a notification device for your Android smartphone. The screen doesn't have a sleep mode, so you can at least always tell the time.
  • Pros: Customizable vibration notifications, Screen is always "awake", Several hundred apps
  • Cons: Heavy to wear, Limited watch-face options
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Expert Review

Tweak Town
25 March 2014
  • Summary: In the end, I found Sony's SmartWatch 2 a great accessory to my smartphone. It's something that doesn't replace it, but compliments it.
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Sony SmartWatch 2 review: it’s not bad

gearburn.com
8 March 2014
  • Excerpt: The best compliment I can give Sony’s SmartWatch 2 is that it works. I still believe that wearable devices are in their infancy, and the SmartWatch 2 is proof of this. While it’s filled with great ideas, a readable screen and actually looks like a fairly cool watch, the SmartWatch 2 is still more a...
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Expert Review

t-break
17 February 2014
  • Conclusion: As a notification center on your wrist, the Sony SmartWatch 2 is a perfect companion. However, I have to comment that it doesn’t always behave nicely with non-Sony smartphones. There are a number of times where the SmartWatch 2 didn’t play nicely with my HTC One, including disconnecting randomly,...
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Sony SmartWatch 2 Review and Giveaway

makeuseof.com
13 January 2014
  • Summary: If you can afford it, buy it. It’s a great choice for a smartwatch.
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Sony SmartWatch 2 Review

SlashGear
10 December 2013
  • Conclusion: If you're looking for a bit of fun in the immediate future and don't want the bulk of the Samsung Galaxy Gear (or don't have a Samsung smartphone), look to the Sony SmartWatch 2. If you've just heard of the Qualcomm Toq in this review for the first time ever, go with the Sony SmartWatch 2.
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Sony SmartWatch 2

PC Magazine
27 November 2013
  • Conclusion: Sony gets closer to the smartwatch ideal with the SmartWatch 2, its second-iteration wearable smartphone companion. But bugs and other limitations make it a product that's unlikely to appeal to the masses.
  • Pros: Sleek, comfortable design. Several hundred apps already available. Water-resistant. Readable in sunlight.
  • Cons: Bulkier than the first model. Buggy software. Many apps lack utility. Doesn't make or receive calls. No camera. Only works with Android.
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Sony SmartWatch 2 review

theverge.com
26 November 2013
  • Excerpt: Time and again we’ve heard the same story: wearables are the next big thing in personal technology. Everyone will have wearables attached to their bodies in the next few years. And so on and so forth.
  • Pros: Always on display, Attractive fit and finish, Multiple day battery life, Micro USB charging
  • Cons: Low resolution display, Clumsy interface and setup, Lots of lag, Android only
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Sony SmartWatch 2 Review

Digitaltrends
11 November 2013
  • Conclusion: Sony’s Smartwatch 2 is a solid effort, and a bit better than Samsung’s Galaxy Gear – especially given it costs $100 less. Sure, you don’t get the camera or the mic, but you do get a decent selection of apps to play around with, which makes Sony’s offering feel more versatile, despite the extra...
  • Pros: Works with any Android 4.0+ phone, Battery lasts 3 days, A decent selection of apps, okay to wear in the rain or in the shower, Micro USB charging port
  • Cons: Power button stiff and uncomfortable, No mic for voice commands/dictation, Notifications better than Galaxy Gear, but still flawed, Many third-party apps aren’t great, App searching and install process is tedious
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