The Withings Activité, available this fall, is an all-analog-display fitness watch with a digital brain inside.

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The Activité comes in silver or black, and has both a leather and a rubber watchband.

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The Swiss-engineered watch has two hands that show the time, and another hand that shows your daily fitness goal progress.

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The Activité has a sapphire crystal and stainless-steel body, and it's waterproof to 5atm, or 50 meters.

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The watch vibrates for a silent alarm or when you've reached a fitness goal.

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It comes in one design, one size, for both men and women.

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Inside is an accelerometer that is used to track steps, sleep, and even swimming strokes.

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The Activité syncs with your iPhone via Bluetooth, and works with Withings' Health Mate app.

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The best things about this watch: its battery lasts for a year, according to Withings.

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Withings' watch will cost $390 in the US when it debuts later this year.

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Can an all-analog display survive in a world of more high-tech wearables? It's an interesting countermove: make regular watches smarter, as opposed to making a better high-end smartwatch.

Read CNET's first take on the Withings Activité.

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