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So, what is Pebble? It’s not a smartphone for your wrist, as we’ve seen attempted before. In fact, it’s far less sophisticated than you might expect — the lightweight device reads out basic text, lets you skip through music tracks and, of course, displays the time. It’s hardly the greatest achievement of our generation, or even the device of the year. It’s become incredibly popular, sure, but despite the hype, you certainly don’t need to own one. Yet, somehow, even the most technologically inept people in our lives have heard it mentioned on morning talk shows, FM radio stations or from pre-teens anxious to impress their friends. Having a smartphone alone isn’t enough anymore. Or is it? Read our full review here:
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