The Taiwanese technology firm Acer, has introduced a new budget smartwatch that is primarily aimed for tracking body activities and monitoring body fitness. Dubbed Leap Ware, the 1.6-inch watch has a circular polished metal frame that blended well along with its circular display, which itself is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass SR+ against scratch.
While the display is touch sensitive, Acer also include hardware buttons on both side of the watch, one of which is assigned to light up a LED light built into the device for illuminating in the dark. The wrist-worn comes with a built-in heart rate sensor and other array of sensors with advance algorithm for monitoring heart rate, fatigue, stress level and even ultraviolet rays, which in “excess” is considered harmful to the wellness of the skin.
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The Leap Ware is water resistant certified with IPX7 rating, making it suitable for light swimming, bathing, and usable in the rain. Technically, the device is powered by a MediaTek MT2523 chipset and MediaTek MT2511 bio-sensing chip. The smartwatch can be paired with a smartphone running Android or iOS via an accompanied Liquid Life app to read live data of ongoing process in real-time. When paired, wearers can also read incoming call and text notification right on their wrist without checking their phone.
Battery included is claimed to last up to five days in a single charge. The smart fitness watch comes in Navy Blue and Light Brown colors. It will first head to North America in July at US$139, follow by EMEA (Europe, Middle East, and Asia) regions at €139 ($151), while Taiwan will get it in November at TWD 4,990 ($165).
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