Sony Ericsson Finally Brings Their LiveView Across the Pond
The Sony Ericsson LiveView has finally made its way across the pond here to America, and for the small price tag of $83. If you are not familiar with the LiveView, it is a small bluetooth accessory that lets you control your Android phone from your wrist. You can read texts, play music, and even check Twitter and Facebook all from something that you wear like a wrist watch.
SE claims to have addressed early compatibility issues with the LiveView. This is something I personally would use, though I might hold off on buying one for the time being. Will you be picking one up? Let us know in the comments.
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