Shipping dates announced for Pebble watch.
The Pebble E-Paper watch, which raised over US$10 million on KickStarter has finally begun mass production and the makers have anounced shipping dates.. If you got in early on KickStarter, shipping begins Jan 23. If you got in later and pre-ordered through their website, shipping begins from March 18, with free worldwide shipping as a “thank you for your patience”.
Also announced was that the watch can now also show SMS messages from an iPhone, a feature which was previously limited to Android devices.

Shipping dates announced for Pebble watch.

The Pebble E-Paper watch, which raised over US$10 million on KickStarter has finally begun mass production and the makers have anounced shipping dates.. If you got in early on KickStarter, shipping begins Jan 23. If you got in later and pre-ordered through their website, shipping begins from March 18, with free worldwide shipping as a “thank you for your patience”.

Also announced was that the watch can now also show SMS messages from an iPhone, a feature which was previously limited to Android devices.

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  1. michiel-pater reblogged this from 8bitfuture and added:
    Want one!
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    I want this bad boy. Haha!
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    Q
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  13. kuroneko003 reblogged this from 8bitfuture and added:
    Too bad it’s so big (I have very thin wrists). I’d like it as a pocket watch or a charm to hang off my purse.
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