Sony unveils smart rings, bracelets, and more

Sony displayed various shaped smart devices such as rings, bracelets and key chains that can be used instead of payment cards at the Felica Connect event in Tokyo on October 1, 2015.
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Japan's electronics giant Sony unveils the prototype model of the ring shaped smart device (R) which enables the user to charge electronic money and to check account balances, during the Felica Connect event in Tokyo on October 1, 2015. Sony displayed various shaped smart devices such as rings, bracelets and key chains that can be used instead of payment cards. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Japan's electronics giant Sony unveils the prototype model of a ring and bracelet shaped smart devices which enable the user to charge electronic money and to check account balances, during the Felica Connect event in Tokyo on October 1, 2015. Sony displayed various shaped smart devices such as rings, bracelets and key chains that can be used instead of payment cards. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Japan's electronics giant Sony unveils a new smart card with detachable smart chip which enables the user to switch chips between bank account, ticket information and shop coupons during the Felica Connect event in Tokyo on October 1, 2015. Sony displayed various shaped smart devices such as rings, bracelets and key chains that can be used instead of payment cards. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Japan's electronics giant Sony unveils a new smart card for a new service which can change the language of menus or other information for foreign visitors during the Felica Connect event in Tokyo on October 1, 2015. Sony displayed various shaped smart devices such as rings, bracelets and key chains that can be used instead of payment cards. (AFP/Getty Images)
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A model for Japanese electronics giant Sony poses with an LED lampshade speaker which connects to a smartphone or audio player via bluetooth wireless connection in Tokyo on October 2, 2015. The device began selling in Japan since May. (AFP/Getty Images)
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A model for Japanese electronics giant Sony poses with a prototype tube speaker with LED lights which renders stereo sound towards all directions in Tokyo on October 2, 2015. The lithium ion battery-powered speaker, featuring a woofer at the bottom and mid-range speaker in a transparent acrylic tube, is expected to go on sale next year. (AFP/Getty Images)