Yesterday Microsoft launched their new wearable device in the form of the Microsoft Band smartwatch and fitness tracker, which is now available to purchase from Microsoft stores online and on the high Street for $200.
Equipped with a 1.4 inch display offering a resolution of 320 x 106 pixels the Microsoft Band also sports ten different sensors that include a heart rate monitor, UV index, GPS, sleep tracking and more.
The Microsoft Band is fitted with a battery capable of running for 2 days on a single charge and connects to your smartphone via Bluetooth 4.0 LE, supporting iOS, Android and Windows devices. Check out the video below to learn more about the new Microsoft Band wearable device that is now available to purchase and is also dust and splash resistant.
“Microsoft Band makes it easier to reach your fitness goals. You can track your daily physical activity and review your stats with a glance at your wrist. Just like a personal trainer, Microsoft Band guides you to improved wellness by constantly learning about you, your current fitness level, and your future needs.
If you’re using Windows Phone 8.1, ask Cortana to take notes or set reminders with your voice. She’ll give you driving directions and keep you on top of traffic, sports, stocks, weather, and more. She is ready to help whenever you need it.”
For more information on the new Microsoft Band jump over to the official Microsoft website for details, full specifications and the ability to purchase in a range of different wrist sizes.
Source: Windows Central
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