With the new Slice fitness tracker, Mio Global wants you to go beyond just counting…
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Not to be upstaged by Polar or even Microsoft, Garmin gets ready to release their own activity tracker with optical heart rate sensor–the Vivosmart HR. By ditching the external heart rate strap in favor of their own Elevate optical technology and adding a new display, Garmin hopes to better compete with the other high-end activity trackers on the market.
On your next run or ride, leave your phone, watch, and fitness tracker at home–all you need is a pair of The Dash wireless earbuds. These Bluetooth wireless headphones not only offer crisp sound for your music, but also feature biometric and phone functions, becoming an activity tracker that can compete with smart bands like the Garmin VivoFit, Jawbone Up, or Polar Loop.
It’s a training watch. It’s an activity tracker. It’s the A300–the new fitness watch from Polar that ditches the clunky GPS in favor of delivering a low profile wearable to give you feedback on all your activities, day or night.
The latest product announcement from Mio Global is the Fuse, with the bike specific Velo to follow shortly thereafter. Meant to be worn all day, not only does the Fuse read your heart rate without the need for a chest strap, but also doubles as an activity or fitness tracker.