Pebble bringing 'something special' to Las Vegas for CES

CES is right around the corner, and it looks like the folks at Pebble are taking 'something special' to Las Vegas for the world to see. Monday January 6 at 14:00 ET is the magic hour, as Pebble CEO Eric Migicovsky will take the stage and fire up a livestream.

With recent announcements of an updated SDK 2.0 and the Pebble app store inbound, it leaves us pondering just what the smartwatch team from Palo Alto could have in store for us. New hardware, maybe? We've no clue right now, so we're as anxious as the next person to find out what it is.

Of course, the Mobile Nations team will be out in force next week at CES. For everything that comes out of Las Vegas, be sure to bookmark the #CESlive landing page where you'll see everything from the iMore team, as well as all the great content from our sister sites. And for more on Pebble, be sure to check out the extensive feature on the brand new Mobile Nations site, Smartwatch Fans.

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Pebble bringing 'something special' to Las Vegas for CES


A ton of people are perfectly happy wearing the current Pebble. To generalize your own opinions on its appearance this way is a tad unfair.

For example; I love my orange one, I think it looks great and it works even better!

Ok, let me put this way. No one that wears a timepiece is going to trade it for that plasticky looking thing. Glad you like yours, doesn't mean it doesn't look like something out of the bargin bin at Wal-Mart. Second, people aren't buying them that don't were anything right now. It's a redundant piece. At least that's how it's viewed. Now, if it didn't look like it does right now, that may be different.

I'll jump on the smartwatch bandwagon when they start making decent looking ones. Current smartwatches make Gshocks look classy in comparison.

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I'm sure it's a new watch as they have to fend off Samsung and whoever else is going to announce wearable tech at CES. My guess is that they are collaborating with Intel on a new product.

I am hoping for a new Pebble, (just in time for my birthday this month :D) that looks a bit classier and with Fitness Tracking and Calling support. I do want them to stick with the e ink display though. Does wonders for the battery life!