Pebble is finally releasing an actual sequel to the company’s first smartwatch. The $99 Pebble 2 carries over the e-ink screen that each watch from the company has come equipped with. By not using an LCD screen like other modern smartwatches like the iPhone-pairing Apple Watch or Samsung’s Gear S2, the Pebble 2 is able to squeeze a week’s worth of battery power out of one charge. Like other Pebble devices, the Pebble 2 continues to support both iOS and Android, and offers interchangeable straps. The difference between this and the first Pebble is its sleeker design and added features: A heart-rate monitor, a step tracker, a microphone for voice replies, and an anti-scratch coating on the screen. Shipments of the Pebble 2 will begin in September.