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Asus VivoWatch promises 10-day battery life

by on14 April 2015

No Android Wear, all about fitness and health

Asus has launched a smartwatch designed for fitness buffs, but it might appeal to the average geek due to its great battery life. 

The Asus VivoWatch doesn’t have much in common with the company’s ZenWatch, which is an Android Wear device. The VivoWatch has a monochrome display and a colour notification bar at the bottom, and there’s obviously not big SoC draining the battery. 

Asus did not reveal the spec, but it did say the watch sports a stainless steel body, IP67 certification, along with health oriented features, such as heartrate tracking and sleep monitoring features.

There is still no word on the price or availability date. The device should cost quite a bit less than the ZenWatch, which retails for €220+ in Europe.

Last modified on 14 April 2015
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