A year after the Pebble Steel was unveiled, the company is releasing another smartwatch in its $200 range, the Pebble Beach Edition.
This time around, the device has a price tag of $300, but the company says it’s aiming for a higher price point than the original Pebble.
The Pebble Beach is a $200 wearable that comes with a battery pack that lasts up to 12 hours.
The company says the battery life is similar to the original but that it’s getting much more energy-efficient.
The Beach Edition also has a waterproofing feature and supports the Pebble’s new motion tracking technology.
As you’d expect, the Beach Edition has a $100 price tag, and its battery capacity is just one-third that of the original.
The new Pebble Beach has a built-in GPS, so it can track your location without needing to leave your phone.
The main difference between the Beach and the original is that the Pebble has built-ins for its smartwatch apps.
There are a handful of apps that work on the Pebble, including one that’s called Pebble Sports.
The other is the Pebble Time, which runs a number of Pebble apps.
Pebble’s Beach and Pebble Time apps are both available on the Play Store, but they’re not compatible with Pebble Time bands, so you’ll need to get the Pebble 2 and Pebble 2 Time bands separately.
The $300 Beach Edition costs $200, while the $300 Time Edition costs a little more, at $225.
There’s no word on when the Pebble will be available in the United States, but a US launch date for the Pebble is expected in the coming weeks.