This article is based on an article from the Japanese edition of Engadget and was created using the translation tool Deepl.
Sony's latest smartwatch, the wena 3, went on sale today (November 27). The wena 3 is priced from 24,000 yen (excluding tax), not including the watch head, directly at the Sony Store.
In addition to the voice assistant Amazon Alexa, wena 3 can also use Suica, a transportation IC provided by East Japan Railway Company.
With Suica on wena 3, you can issue Suica or recharge it via Google Pay by pairing it with an Android smartphone or iPhone and using the app. Commuter passes and Suica green tickets cannot be used.
Eligible models that can use Suica are as follows
wena 3 metal Silver (WNW-B21A/S)
wena 3 metal Premium Black (WNW-B21A/B)
wena 3 rubber Black (WNW-A21A)
wena 3 leather Premium Black (WNW-C21A/B)
wena 3 leather Brown (WNW-C21A/T)
wena 3 -SEIKO Mechanical Edition (WNW-SC21A/L)
wena 3 -BRIGHTZ Edition- (WNW-SC22A/B)
wena 3 -PROMASTER Edition- (WNW-SB21A/B)
wiredwena regular model black (AGAB417)
wiredwena regular model silver (AGAB417)
wiredwena GITS collaboration Motoko Kusanagi model (AGAB703)
wiredwena GITS collaboration Tachikoma model (AGAB704)
See the article below for more information on the product.
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