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Sony Ericsson Bluetooth Watch MBW-100

Sony Ericsson has teamed up with watchmaker Fossil to create the first Bluetooth-enabled watch we've seen at CNET.com.au.

Design
The MBW-100 has a modern silver design with a deep blue face, silver links for the wrist band and a classic accordion-style clasp. The chunkiness of the watch and size of the face is eye-catching and stylish -- more of a men's than a women's watch.

There are three control buttons on the right-hand side -- a clickable rotating dial (which you also use to adjust the analog clock), and buttons on either side of the knob. A blue OLED display below the watch face shows the date, battery status, menu options and -- strangely -- the time in digital form.

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