- Steve Kovach , Business Insider
Design quirks aside, I think Pebble has pulled off something none of the big companies exploring smartwatches have been able to do.
|Size||2 cm (0.8 in)|
|Weight||43 grams (1.52 ounces)|
This is one of the few smartwatches I've reviewed that I've wanted for myself. The Pebble Time Round's stunning good looks alone make it worth considering. But its attractiveness only gets it so far. Its battery life, while on a par with Android Wear and the Apple Watch, is far less than that of other Pebble smartwatches; it runs fewer apps, and its display is smaller, dimmer and less colorful than those of its competitors.
If you just want a more full-featured smartwatch, check out the Asus ZenWatch 2, which puts Android Wear on your wrist for a starting price of just $130. But... Full review
If you want advanced functions such as maps and navigation, contactless payment, a heart rate monitor, touch input and gestures, voice control and many more advanced features, then maybe you should look at either Android Wear or Apple Watch as your solution.
Personally for me, I crave battery life over many of these other things, so for me the Pebble Time was a winner straight away.
The thing is though, both the new Pebble Time and the old OG Pebble can do all of the things I have described as being strong points for the Pebble Time, so why not get the old one? Very si... Full review
For $250, you’re getting a plastic smartwatch with a silicon band that looks like a toy. It won’t track your activity or sleep unless you install an app, it doesn’t have a heart rate monitor, and you can’t really interact with most notifications – even on Android. The LG G Watch R has a ton of features the Pebble does not for the exact same price, and it looks better (on men, at least). Considering current rumors that next-generation Android Wear devices will have NFC, more heart rate monitors, and longer battery life, you should consider waiting for new Androi... Full review
Ah, Pebble Time. It's a geek chic grower that will fit into your life if you're willing to overlook some shortcomings. It's comfortable, reliable and works with both iOS and Android so you can commit. Timeline is useful and can only get better. Voice works. Colour e-paper livens things up a bit and doesn't seem to impact battery life. But it's not quite the answer to the smartwatch question. Now we've seen Now's AI skills on Android Wear and real world partnerships with the Apple Watch, Pebble's combination of keeping things simple and geek-friendly might not be enough for everyone interest... Full review
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