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Pebble reveals new Steel smartwatches

The second generation of the Pebble E Ink smartwatch is about to arrive, with the announcement of the US$249 Steel and the impending arrival of the Pebble appstore.

Pebble is still the record holder for the most-funded ever Kickstarter campaign and, although its launch was hit with some unexpected problems — such as delays from the massive number of preorders and a few software glitches, but the little E Ink watch that could is still a favourite.

And it's now officially grown up: the company has just announced the Pebble Steel, the premium version of the US$150 watch. Coming in at US$249, the Steel is slimmer, smaller — and wrapped in a stainless steel case and bracelet, as opposed to the original Pebble's plastic and rubber, with an oleophobic Gorilla Glass crystal.

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