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Acer's surprise wearable, the Liquid Leap, showed up in New York for a quick glimpse, along with a new Liquid Jade phone.

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Here's the Liquid Leap in pink. It feels like a lot of other fitness trackers, especially the Fitbit Force.

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The Liquid Jade phone. This one has a jade-colored finish. It'll be available outside the U.S. by summer.

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Back to the Liquid Leap. It can be touched to turn on the display. It appears to be mainly an activity tracker, with an LED screen.

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Estimated calories burned: looks a lot like other fitness trackers.

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A look at the band from the side. Clean, but a little generic.

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Will the Liquid Leap have notification features? How much will it cost? Will it work with all Android phones? We don't know yet.

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Stay tuned for future news.

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Another look at the Liquid Jade from the front. This is a pre-production prototype.

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The Liquid Leap and Liquid Jade were gone almost as quickly as they appeared. More soon, hopefully.

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