Sony's new smartwatch doesn't look like a smartwatch. The Wena watch, which is short for "wear electronics naturally," is being shown off at the IFA trade show in Berlin. Sony is looking to fund the watch on its First Flight crowdfunding platform in Japan.
The band is equipped with a handful of sensors, including an NFC chip for making contactless payments. It also features an accelerometer for tracking steps, a seven-color LED for notifications, vibration alerts, and carries at water resistant rating of IPX7, so you won't have to take it off when doing the dishes or in the shower.