I'm so far from sold on smart watches I wouldn't consider buying one. I used fancy watches in the past that had all kinds of functionality, and never liked them. I can do all the stuff on my smart phone, which is what I've used for watch for years. Sony has a new Android-powered SmartWatch that sells for $150 and it has some interesting features even heavy smartphone users might like.
The watch will show you where updates from social websites, text messages, and allow for call management right from the wrist. The watch will also allow you to control your music and a lot more. You can buy the watch directly from Sony's online marketplace and it's in stores.
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