It's easy to forget that it's not the only kind of wearable in town.
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Maybe if I, just keep talking loudly.
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It's due to go on sale towards the end of the year, and Sony reckons how much is it?
This one, as the R in the name suggests, is rounded.
It's got an aluminum, wait no stop it doesn't.
Just tell me.
I will tell you.
It's designed for business types, but that doesn't stop us being very interested in what it has to off-, what am I doing?
I just lost the face.
I resign, Mark.
Designed for business types, an unve-, and un-, sorry.
That's when something is unleashed and unveiled.n It's waterproof as well.
Samsung says it wouldn't recommend holding it under water, but it should be fine for things like rain.
Did that sound ridiculous?
Let me do it again.
Let me do it again.>>It's quite an attractive phone, particularly for a entry level device.
And I'm quite keen on this bright lime green color.
Point key on this bright lime green color.
And it's compatible with Android.
You could have the recipe while you're cooking in the screen, keeping your hands free for doing important things like, what am I talking about?
I was going to talk, I was going to talk, like kneading dough and looking at your food.
The wanted to prove, the wanted to prove so you can pump your banging sh, [LAUGH].
Sorry, I lost it.
Then cast your eyes over the ASUS Zen book.
It's packing intel's latest core [UNKNOWN] Brilliant.
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