The Sony SmartWatch enters the realm of usability thanks to recent software updates, but it's still more smartphone accessory than solid standalone timepiece.
Although its ability to use GPS to track your run is handy, its poor screen, uninspiring design and lack of a heart-rate monitor means the SmartWatch 3 doesn't impress over its more luxurious Android Wear competitors.
With its ability to push Android notifications to your wrist, the Sony SmartWatch 2 is more useful than Samsung’s Galaxy Gear, but the Pebble is still the best smartwatch deal around.
A new all-steel version of Sony's Android Wear watch looks a whole lot better, and is coming next month.
Sony's first Android Wear-based smartwatch has GPS built-in so you don't need to take your phone out running to track your progress. Its screen and design don't impress though.
Sony's new smartwatch runs Android Wear, and has built-in GPS for runners, too. We take a quick look at one on-wrist in New York.
Sony's new smartwatch improves on its predecessor with its waterproofing and customisable straps. CNET's Andrew Hoyle goes hands-on.
Sony's latest SmartWatch 3 ditches the clunky, unpleasant interface of its predecessor, instead opting for the latest Android Wear software.
At $199 the new Sony SmartWatch 2 pushes e-mails, texts, calls, and other critical phone info straight to your wrist.