From the ground up, Wena Wrist is designed as a regular watch with smart component, and its construction clearly shows the two halves.
The updated device comes with integrated heart rate monitor; it will start selling in black and white this September for around €119 ($132).
Beyond fitness tracking, the wearable device will deliver notifications and integrate the smart alarm feature to smoothly wakes up users in the morning.
The watch got a steel link-strap, the API will allow developers to tune into Sony's platform, while runners got a brand new thing to try out.
At CES, the Japanese company will show the world its concept product called "SmartEyeglass Attach!," which is meant to be attached to sports eyewear pieces.
SmartBand Talk is a fitness band with an always-on curved 1.4" e-paper display; SmartWatch 3 is the company's first Android Wear-based watch.
Relying on advanced vibration mechanics analysis, the gadget screws into the lower end of select rackets to log shot counts, impact location, swing and spin.