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Don't call this smart watch a smart watch

French electronics company Withings has introduced its take on the smart watch phenomenon - just don't call it a smartwatch. “Who wants to wear a mini piece of smartphone with an oversized screen?” said Cedric Hutchings, the company’s chief executive, at an event announcing the device.

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