Microsoft Fitness Tracker wearable

Microsoft has officially launched its first fitness tracking band at an event on Thursday. The band is available in the 
U.S at a price of $199 (Roughly NGN 33,000), while availability for other regions is not mentioned.

The wearable fitness band features a 1.4-inch TFT touchscreen display. It have ten sensors for day-to-day monitoring activities. Sensors onboard include heart rate sensor, proximity, and gyroscope. GPS is not left behind for outdoor recreation tracking. its battery is said to last for two days  normal use.

Along with the fitness band, Microsoft also launched its health tracking service that will work along with other third-parties tracking service like MyFitnessPal, Jawbone, Runkeeper e.t.c.

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