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APlotdevice

macrumors 68040
Sep 3, 2011
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The table in the article is wrong. The article shows the results from the Sony and Samsung comparison.

The Apple comparison should be:
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Aye. The give away is the mention of a "reflective mode", which the Apple Watch's OLED display obvious does not have.
 
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Iconoclysm

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May 13, 2010
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That sounds neat, but $350 worth of neat?

I'm not sold yet. I am getting closer everyday. But right now I can only justify ~$200. I'm expecting next year Apple will release something even cheaper and with even more features - I might be able to justify buying that.

When you get another smartwatch for $200 and compare, $350 of things working the way you'd hope they would seems worth it. Also, mine cost $649.
 

ArtOfWarfare

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Nov 26, 2007
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When you get another smartwatch for $200 and compare, $350 of things working the way you'd hope they would seems worth it. Also, mine cost $649.

I agree that the Apple Watch is probably worth about $150 more than any other smart watch. Those other smart watches (can we really even call them that?) aren't worth their asking price. Not even close. If they were, I would own one.
 
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