Pebble teases “something special” coming Monday at CES
Along with all the news coming out before the doors even open at CES 2014 in Las Vegas next week, Pebble just teased that it will be announcing something special at 11 a.m. PST Monday.
The smartwatch project, which saw much success on Kickstarter when it raised $10,266,845 in May 2012, became available at Best Buy mid-year 2013. It has seen numerous updates and lots of development since it’s launch.
Pebble is a smartwatch with an e-ink display that connects to an Android or iOS device via Bluetooth. It display not only the time, but has the ability to change the watch face, display notifications such as text messages, emails and social media alert and run other apps.
While Pebble hasn’t dropped any hints of what this special announcement could entail, it could be updated hardware, its new app store or something else entirely.
Pebble’s official blog said that the live stream of the announcement Monday can be viewed here.
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