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Asus VivoWatch is geared towards fitness tracking, features 10-day battery life

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By Jared DiPane on 13 Apr 2015 02:13 pm

Asus has revealed its newest smartwatch, the VivoWatch, which will have a primary focus of being a fitness tracker. Unlike their previous smartwatch, the Asus ZenWatch, the VivoWatch will have a black and white display with a colored LED strip below, and will not run on Android Wear. With being able to last for 10-days on a single charge, the VivoWatch will have no trouble measuring your heartbeat, tracking your sleep, or running one of the various health-oriented apps that come preloaded.

In addition, the VivoWatch is IP67 certified, which means it will be dust and water resistant. Asus has yet to provide pricing or availability for the upcoming smartwatch, but it is rumored that additional details could be coming during Milan Design Week, which starts April 14.

Source: Engadget

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