Sony releases SmartBand Talk 2 smart bracelet

Sony releases SmartBand Talk 2 smart bracelet

The Japanese Sony has released an interesting new device called SmartBand Talk 2. In case you wonder what this is – this is a smart bracelet that will allow you to keep track of your fitness activity as well as control music players.

The Sony SmartBand Talk 2 bracelet measures 40.7 x 15.3 x 9.5 mm and weighs just 25 grams. The device is available in blue, white, black and pink and meets all IP68 standard requirements, which makes it water-resistant. The device can also work at temperatures between 5-50 degrees Celsius.

The bracelet includes Bluetooth 4.0 and NFC technologies and allows users to keep track of the steps they have made and their heart rhythm. It also informs users of missed calls, new SMS messages and more. A 58 mAh battery powers the device, which can also control music players via voice commands. The bracelet is compatible with smartphones and tablets that run Android 4.4 or newer or iOS 8.2 or newer.

The SmartBand Talk 2 bracelet costs EUR 119.

Source: Sony

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