Acer Leap Ware wants to chill you out with stress-testing sensors
There are a lot of fitness trackers and smart watches out there and Acer is looking to be another one.
Acer's Leap Ware is going to be coming out this summer, and it's a fitness watch that promises a few extra health tracking tricks.
It has four additional metal sensors in additional to heart rate tracking.
What these are for is kind of unclear, but it looks like they could be tracking simulated blood pressure among other things.
The watch is not Android wear.
Instead it runs its own software that works with iOS and Android.
It has a reflective screen kind of like a pebble.
And it has IPX7 water resistance.
Instance if you're curios.
In addition to checking for stress and fatigue levels, Leapware also promises to check stamina, heart rate, and ultraviolet rays.
It has replaceable 20 millimeter wristbands and it even has a side LED flashlight.
It's about a $139, which is standard issue for fitness trackers.
Leapware hopes it'll do a little bit more but there's a lot of competition out there.
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