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First Look: Withings Activité: a real analog watch with embedded fitness tracking inside

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First Look: Withings Activité: a real analog watch with embedded fitness tracking inside

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A premium design with tracking capabilities. CNET's Dan Graziano goes hands-on with the newest wearable from Withings.

[MUSIC] Hey guys, what's up? I'm Dan Graziano with Cnet. I'm here with Withings Activite. The newest smart watch from Withings. It's a fitness tracker. It tracks your swimming, it tracks your steps. It tracks your sleep. It's waterproof. It's stainless steel. It's Swiss engineered. It has a coin battery that lasts for a whole year. It's beautifully designed. As you can see, there's no secondary display. The second analog watch hand will display your goals from 0 to 100 throughout the day for your steps, your sleep and even your swimming. The watch will also vibrate when you reach your fitness goals, and it will vibrate with a silent alarm to wake you up similar to the Fitbit. It supports Bluetooth low energy and syncs with the iPhone and will automatically update no matter where you are based on your phone's settings. So if you're in France it will have the time. If you're in New York it will have the time. It will always be correct. The women's Activite comes with both a leather strap and a rubber strap. It can be changed out when you want to go swimming. It will be available in silver and black this fall for $390. I'm Dan Graziano for CNET and that was a First Look at the Withings Activite Fitness Tracker. [MUSIC]

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