Take a look at Nike's latest fitness tracker, the FuelBand SE, which was unveiled Tuesday at an event in New York City.
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The new fitness tracker will be released November 6 and cost $149. Preorders start today.
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The mostly black bands are accented with different colors, including pink, green, and red.
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Improvements to the fitness tracker include Bluetooth 4.0 compatibility, and it's waterproof.
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The FuelBand remains compatible only with iOS devices.
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Don't have an Apple iOS device? The company says those users can track their progress through a PC app.
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The FuelBand SE is the follow-up to Nike's original fitness tracker released in early 2012.
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