Sony Ericsson LiveView 2 to be announced at CES?

Sony Ericsson LiveView 2?[CES 2012] Yesterday at CES some folks spotted an interesting looking device at the Sony Ericsson booth: a new gadget that looks a lot like the Sony Ericsson LiveView that was released last year. Resembling a bulky digital watch with a huge screen, the gadget comes with a green wristband that has a “spring-loaded clip” which should make it easy to attach or detach. No description was given with the device, but for now it’s assumed to be the next generation LiveView, unless Sony Ericsson has something more creative up its sleeves. We’ll keep you posted if we learn anything new.

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