Alongside its Sony Xperia Ion and Xperia S Android smartphones, Sony also used CES to show its new Xperia Watch. Don't expect Rolex-style design, as this watch is all business. Sure, the pink band adds some color, but the minimalist design largely reflects the Xperia smartphone line.


Through a Bluetooth connection the watch will allow wristside access to a variety of features, including text messaging, e-mail, social media, music, and weather info. And if you have a Bluetooth headset you can access your phone book on the watch and make a call.

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In a second menu you'll see options for creating a new calendar event, playing music, and finding your phone if it's lost.
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Only four menu options show at one time, but the display was spacious enough.
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The watch supports both Facebook and Twitter accounts.
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Messages, e-mails, and tweets will show the contact's photo if one is available.
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You can check weather for various cities, as well.
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And, yes, you can even use the watch to keep track of time.
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The watch also comes with a blue band.
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