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Sony SmartBand SmartBand Talk SWR30 Price in Malaysia

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Specs of Sony SmartBand SmartBand Talk SWR30

Release Date in Malaysia
ModelSmartBand Talk SWR30
DateSep 2014
Display
Display typeE-ink
Display diagonal3.56 cm (1.4")
Display resolution296 x 128 pixels
System requirements
Mobile operating systems supportedAndroid 4.4
ApplicationsSmartBand Talk, Lifelog, Smart Connect
Ports & interfaces
Connectivity technologyWireless
Bluetooth
Bluetooth version4.0 LE
Weight & dimensions
Weight24 g
Width23.5 mm
Thickness9.5 mm
Power
Battery life3 day(s)
Design
Device typeWristband activity tracker
Colour of productWhite
Band colourWhite
Waterproof
Waterproof up to1.5 m
Control typeButtons, Sensor, Touch
International Protection (IP) codeIP68

Reviews of Sony SmartBand SmartBand Talk SWR30

chip.com.my
Reviewed on 2015-04-07
Long Battery life, Userfriendly
Can't see display at night, Price
As smart wearables tries to cram more features, Sony takes a different perspective at their latest wearable by making it simpler for people to use, yet retaining most of the modern intelligence required for an enhanced lifestyle.This device comes with a b...
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liveatpc.com
Reviewed on 2015-03-07
Smart wearables are gaining traction slowly but surely. Sony Mobile, being rather experienced in designing wearable technology, wants to assert that it hasn't lost its touch in producing such innovations. To prove that notion, it has released the SmartBan...
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stuff.tv/my/
Reviewed on 2014-12-27
e-ink display boosts battery life, Mercifully simple smart control, Expand usefulness through apps
e-ink display ghosts between screens, Woefully inaccurate fitness tracking, Unresponsive screen button
While it won't set many hearts racing the SmartBand talk's design is cool and understated. At 2.2cm wide it's a touch thick for a fitness band but a bit skinny for a watch, but actually feels nice on the wrist with the monochrome e-ink screen giving it a ...
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gadgetguy.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-02-24
Very easy to see in sunlight; Light and comfortable to wear; Does some of the things a smartwatch would do, but on a budget; Three to four day battery life; Charges through microUSB, so no proprietary charger (woot!);
Electronic ink screen needs some Gorilla Glass or mineral strengthening, as it scratches easily; Waking alarm won't automatically detect when you're upright and moving, or even using your phone altogether, and continues buzzing regardless; Touchscreen req...
Not everyone needs a smartwatch, and if you want the time, maybe some phone calls, but don't like the look or feel of a watch, there's always a smart band. Sony is updating its take on that category with the SmartBand Talk , a model that brings a touchscr...
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theaustralian.com.au
Reviewed on 2014-12-12
The Surge is shaping as the ultimate wearable, with all the features of Fitbit's activity monitoring band and a smartwatch combined. Source: SuppliedWearables are a substantial growth area in consumer technology, and the fact that your relatives and frien...
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2014-12-02
The Sony SmartBand Talk's e-ink display makes it easy to see your activity, the time and incoming notifications. The display uses very little power so battery life is pretty good and its ability to take calls comes in handy when you're too busy (or too la...
It doesn't have GPS, a heart-rate monitor or the most glamorous design. Sony's Lifelog fitness app keeps track of too much pointless information
The world is awash with fitness bands, each one promising to help you make sense of your workouts, track how well you're doing and spur you on when your willpower flags. With so many options available from so many different companies, it's difficult for n...
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techradar.com/au/
Reviewed on 2014-09-03
Nice design, Long battery
Pricey, Lifelogging app still nascent
The Sony SmartBand talk represents an evolution for the brand - taking the idea of 'Lifelogging' to the next level through the ability to see what's going on with an e-paper display.It's a device that sits somewhere between a smartwatch and a fitness band...
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gizmodo.com.au
Reviewed on 2014-07-04
Not content with just announcing the Xperia Z3 and Xperia Z3 Compact, Sony has a few more devices to announce at IFA 2014 — just in case you were thinking that there wasn't enough new tech to capture your attention already. There's a new tablet — the worl...
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androidheadlines.com
Reviewed on 2015-06-18
Last year was the year that we saw Sony enter the wearable technology space in earnest with the Sony SmartBand , the Sony SmartBand Talk and of course, the Sony SmartWatch 3. As I found out reviewing the original SWR110 SmartBand last year, Sony's approac...
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zdnet.com
Reviewed on 2015-01-23
Sony has been impressing me with its latest smartphone, tablet, and smartwatch products so I looked forward to testing out the SmartBand Talk SWR30 fitness tracker with unique features.There are many options available today for tracking your daily activit...
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musicphotolife.com
Reviewed on 2014-12-03
It has a 1.4-inch E-ink display which doesn't require backlight to see the screen, though I'd wish it had an optional backlight which I could activate in the dark, similar to what digital watches had. A drawback of E-Ink display is ghosting, where the pre...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2014-12-01
The Sony SmartBand Talk's e-ink display makes it easy to see your activity, the time and incoming notifications. The display uses very little power so battery life is pretty good and its ability to take calls comes in handy when you're too busy (or too la...
It doesn't have GPS, a heart-rate monitor or the most glamorous design. Sony's Lifelog fitness app keeps track of too much pointless information
The world is awash with fitness bands, each one promising to help you make sense of your workouts, track how well you're doing and spur you on when your willpower flags. With so many options available from so many different companies, it's difficult for n...
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recombu.com
Reviewed on 2014-11-19
Slim and light, Decent battery life, Easy to set up and use, Waterproof
No Apple support, Pricey, Better dedicated fitness trackers
We review the Sony SmartBand Talk, a smart little life tracker that can also take calls and throw notifications straight to your wrist - providing you have an Android phone.If you're after a wearable that's reasonably subtle and suitable to wear constantl...
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