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Motorola MotoActv

Made for challenging workouts, the Motorola MotoActv measures exercise sessions in terms of activity and pace. It even logs the route taken.
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Motorola MotoActv

A wide wrist strap with double eyelets painted in angry red push the Motorola MotoActv's style into very masculine territory.
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Motorola MotoActv

On the right side of the MotoActv are volume controls and the main power button.
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The MotoActv's left side houses its Micro-USB port covered by a rubber flap.
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Motorola MotoActv

Though the MotoActv comes with Motorola's SF200 wired pair of headphones, we don't recommend you using it when connected to its watch strap.
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Bundled with the MotoActv is Motorola's SF200 Sport headphones that also feature an in-line mic.
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Motorola MotoActv

Users can pair the MotoActv with compatible Motorola handsets such as the Droid Razr Maxx and Droid 4 to receive alerts and answer calls without touching the phone itself.
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Motorola MotoActv

Choose from the 40 different workout activity profiles stored on the device. Data will then be uploaded to MotoActv.com for review.
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