Sony Ericsson has pushed out the promised LiveView update, promising improved stability of the remote display and automatic reconnection of the Bluetooth link. There’s also support for a greater number of simultaneously
Sony Ericsson’s LiveView failed to set our enthusiasm alight when we reviewed it over at SlashGear, with the Bluetooth-connected mini display falling short of our expectations in terms of functionality and proving
Oh Europe, you get the all the cool stuff. Right? Our resident Englander master of many things Chris Davies got his hands on and subsequently reviewed that lovely little “what does it do?” device the Sony Ericsson
Since the launch of LiveView, Sony Ericsson has had some questions posted (somewhere or another) about how it works and what can be done with it. Sony Ericsson representative Marcus Hansson answers these questions and explains
This super strange itty bitty little device is called the Sony Ericsson LiveView. It’s got a touchscreen frame, two buttons on the top, and a clip for your belt (or whatever else you’d like to clip it on) on the back.
Although many do not agree with the Sony Ericsson LiveView and thing it’s an unneeded device, many could consider a small iPod Nano like display for their phones a useful thing. Well it looks like the launch date is definitely
At the end of September, Sony Ericsson annouced the LiveView which is an iPod nano type display that can be worn as a watch or clipped onto clothes. Sony Ericsson showed off some of the basic features before, such as being able
Sony Ericsson today announced a new accessory for use with Android phones, the Sony Ericsson LiveView. Essentially it is a watch-face-like 1.3” touchscreen that will display important information from your Android device.