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Revision to Pebble Time

Jeff Suovanen

The Pebble Time—along with its sister watch, the Pebble Time Steel—features a low-power, 1.25-inch e-paper screen, capable of displaying 64 colors. At 150 mAh, the Time's battery is slightly smaller, but still manages to eke out a claimed 7 days of battery life (vs. 10 hours from the Pebble Time Steel). The long battery life of these devices owes partly to the low-power display, and partly to the 100 MHz ARM Cortex M4 CPU.
-Additional features include water resistance and a special port designed to support third-party smart straps. Internally, the Pebble Time packs a 3D accelerometer, compass, and ambient light sensor. It also sports a microphone, a first in the Pebble lineup.
+Additional features include water resistance to a depth of 30 meters. Internally, the Pebble Time packs a 3D accelerometer, compass, and ambient light sensor. It also sports a microphone, a first in the Pebble lineup.
-The Pebble Time is easily distinguished from the Pebble Time Steel by its case materials. While the Steel version uses marine grade stainless steel, the standard Pebble gets by with a polycarbonate case and stainless steel bezel.
+The Pebble Time is easily distinguished from the Pebble Time Steel by its case materials. While the Steel version uses marine grade stainless steel, the standard Pebble gets by with a polycarbonate case and stainless steel bezel. The Steel version also packs a special port for interfacing with feature-rich "Smartstraps" with GPS, heart rate monitors, and other upgrades.
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