日前，索尼在自家融资门户网站First Flight上为其研发的智能手表Wena发起众筹。Wena即“自然佩戴电子品”(wear electronics naturally)的缩写，其外观沿袭了传统手表。Wena手表的特别之处有三：可作为NFC钱包，因为它完全符合日本非接触IC电子钱包标准；震动和定制LED灯表带的通知提醒；用户行为记录，按照用户的喜好设置（除非该app仅适配于iOS系统）。
The latest product to hit First Flight, Sony's own crowdfunding platform in Japan, is a smartwatch called the "Wena Wrist." What's a Wena? It stands for "wear electronics naturally," apparently, and takes the form of a fairly traditional-looking watch. The Wena Wrist focuses on three main features — an NFC wallet compatible with the Japanese Felica standard; notifications through vibration and a customizable LED light on the band; and activity tracking, which seems to work the way you'd expect except that the app is only for iOS.
The "Chronograph" model tells time with three separate hands and dials for hours, minutes, and seconds, while the "Three Hands" model just has a regular watch face. Both models are 42mm across; the Three Hands watch itself is expected to run for three years, while Chronograph should last for five. The band, however, is rated for a week before it needs to be charged via a cradle.
The Wena Wrist is expected to ship in March and April next year. Prices range from ￥34,800 ($287) for a silver Three Hands model up to ￥69,800 ($576) for the Chronograph in black.