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With unparalleled connectivity and an extensive set of features on your wrist, the Pine smartwatch does it all, without the need for Bluetooth-tethering. Leaving you to live smart and be free, to do whatever you do best, in every field of your life.

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Engadget Jan 8, 2014

Even with the pictures, it's hard to get a sense of the scale of this thing. Imagine something the size of a deck of cards that's strapped along your wrist and you're almost there.

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SlashGear Jan 7, 2014

In our time with the Pine, we found it to be as expected. It was fairly snappy, which we expected from a device powered by a dual-core 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor.. The screen, though smaller than a phone, was easy to read and scroll through.

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Gizmag Jan 7, 2014

Having full smartphone functionality on your wrist might not sound like that big of a deal. After all, how hard is it to pull your phone out of your pocket? But it's still very cool having all of that functionality just an arm-lift away.

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phoneArena Jan 8, 2014

All in all, the Neptune Pine is clearly an experiment that will appeal to those craving a smartphone on their wrist (it literally looks like a miniature smartphone on a wristband!).

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TechRadar Jan 11, 2014

We still have a lot of untested concerns about the Pine smartwatch between not being able to make a call, surf the web, or check out an app store of any sort. Still if the, Pine works as promised it could be just the first device in a new segment of self-sufficient smartwatches ...

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