Sony launches wearble device SmartBand

 
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Sony is delving further into the wearable computing market with SmartBand, a waterproof wristband that tracks everything from daily physical activities and nightly sleep patterns to how much you've socialized with friends.

The Smartband is really just a rubber strap.
 
The band works in conjunction with the Lifelog app, which will work on all Android smartphones running Jellybean and up.
 
SmartBand also informs its wearer of incoming calls and messages by vibrating. Users listening to music can use it to play, pause or skip tracks.
 
The band's core is removable and can be worn in various ways other than with the wristband.
 
Sony's SmartWatch retails for upward of $70.
 
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