Nintendo has announced the delay of the Pokémon Go Plus Wearable, which was to launch in the next several weeks; now we won’t see it until September. The device that you wear on your wrist, like a watch, will sell for approx. $35 and pair with your smart phone via Bluetooth. It will vibrate or flash a light depending on whether a Pokémon is near (and let you throw a Pokéball) or if you’re close to a Pokéstop is near, and allow you to or collect items.
Pre-orders are already sold out at Amazon and GameStop, so you might have to wait even longer to catch ’em all, unless you want to pay some extreme markup from re-sellers.
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