Sony's latest smartwatch won't be for everyone, what with its dull design and muted screen. Still, this is currently the only Android Wear device with a built-in GPS radio, making it a smart choice for runners and other athletes interested in tracking their pace and distance.
It ain't fancy, but it's a solid performer, and it's the first smartwatch from Sony that might actually be worth your trouble.
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|Device||Retail Price||Battery Life||Sleep||Activity||Notifications||Alarm||Water Resistant||Heart Rate|
|Sony SmartWatch 3||$249.99||2 Days|
|ASUS ZenWatch||$199.99||1 Day||Remove|
|Moto 360 1st Gen||$164.99||1 Day||Remove|
|Samsung Gear Live||$199.99||1 Day||Remove|
|LG G Watch||$229.99||1 Day||Remove|
|Fitbit Surge||$249.95||7 Days||Remove|