The Smart Watch Story continues… Check out the new Pebble Time

New Hardware Enables More with Pebble Time Without Sacrificing Battery Life

 

Pebble Time features a revolutionary new color e-paper display that provides a stellar visual experience, always-on timekeeping and brilliant outdoor visibility. Compared with display technology like LCD or OLED, power consumption is minimized, enabling Pebble Time to achieve an industry-leading battery life of up to 7 days.

Pebble Time introduces a new microphone, allowing you to send voice replies to incoming notifications or compose short voice notes. Using the latest technology, water resistance is maintained, so you can swim, shower and surf with Pebble Time.

Pebble Time is 20% thinner than the original Pebble, with an ergonomic, curved design that’s comfortable on any wrist. The lens is crafted from scratch-resistant Gorilla Glass and the bezel is made of stainless steel. The watch band incorporates a quick-release mechanism, making it easier than ever to personalize your watch. Pebble Time also has a smart accessory port, enabling hardware developers to build sensors and smart straps that connect directly to the watch.

Like other Pebble watches, Pebble Time is designed to work perfectly with both iPhone and Android smartphones. Pebble Time is compatible with iPhone 4s and newer phones running the latest version of iOS 8. Pebble Time works with all Android 4.0+ phones including Samsung, HTC, Song, LG, Google, Motorola, Xiaomi and more.

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Simplicity and focus, without compromise

These are new features – color screen, microphone, slimmer design and timeline – without compromising what you love most about Pebble:

Always-on, daylight readable screen with a great backlight
Up to 7 day battery life
Use any standard 22mm watch band
Water resistant and durable
Tactile buttons for easy eyes-free clicking
Silent vibrating alarms
Step tracking with Misfit and Jawbone
Language and international character support (Chinese coming soon!)
Timeline will work on Pebble and Pebble Steel (exact date TBD)
Works with iOS 8 on iPhone 4s and above
Works with all Android 4.0+ phones including Samsung, HTC, Sony, LG, Google, Motorola, Xiaomi and more

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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5 replies on “The Smart Watch Story continues… Check out the new Pebble Time”
  1. says: Steve

    I think that I will pass on any smart watch. I simply do not want one.

    I think this fad will fade away given time, just like the calculator watch that was all the rage…opps, dating myself. ‘-)

  2. says: NT

    While I appreciate Pebble Watch’s effort, I do not think current design of Pebble Watch can invade into the territories of traditional watch companies like Tissot. Since Apple Watch will soon hit the market with better design and it will be a direct substitute of Pebble Watch, I think Pebble Watch should be very alarmed at this point and be careful about their strategic moves. Although I can imagine businessmen wearing Apple Watch for practicality, it is hard for me to imagine them wearing Pebble Watch. Not function but design seems to be what matters in this smart watch battle.

    1. says: Guy

      Pebble is planned to retail at $199, a good price point. Apple I suspect will offer their watch at a much higher price knowing full well they can exploit their ardent customer base. I submit Apple can only be incrementally better not revolutionary. Pebble’s daylight display and seven day battery life are good features for me.
      Until Apple puts a complete iPhone on the customer’s wrist they remain just one of many offerings.

  3. says: Guy

    I support Pebble Watch because it is the best smartwatch out there. Besides its cool an local to me here in silicon valley. My mechanical and automatic watches will occupy my left wrist the Pebble my right. I think of pebble as a communication device; an extension of my smart phone and nothing more.

    Watches that tick really float my boat.

  4. says: Debashish

    Call me – old-fashioned, outdated or whatever you like, but the fact remains, I do not care for your so-called smart-watches, I would go for my mechanical Omegas, Rolexes, Chopards etc always.

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