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Wearables.com | Wearables | Thu, 08 Jan 2015 22:11:20 +0000

The good part about coming to CES is that we get a hands on look at some of the products we’ve written about in the past and also a firsthand look at the new ones coming out. We’ll be doing a few comparison posts of similar style wearables that may be at the top of your shopping list in 2015. We’re starting with the fashionable watches that can take you from the boardroom to the weight room. Here’s what you need to know about the Withings Activite Pop and the Wellograph 2.0.

 

Withings Activite Pop 

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Wellograph 2.0 

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Features & Specs Features two hand dials – one showing the time and a sub dial showing percentage of progress of specific activity goalsMonitors sleep quality and wakes the user up with gentle vibration

Automatically updates when it crosses time zones or the clock changes

Features a 1.26in Low-Power LCD displayMade of sapphire, stainless steel and aluminum

Automatically records your sleep time, duration and wake time

The Live feature shares your steps with your love ones and friends in real time via bluetooth connectivity

Fitness functions Steps from walking/runningDistance traveled

Calories burned
Water-resistant up to 30 meters

Syncs automatically with the Withings Health Mate application

Reads your pulse live and analyzes the data to show how your fitness level has changed or improvedCalories burned

Steps from walking and running

Water proof up to 50 meters

Compares your activities from the past 7 days in the Wellograph app

OS Apple iOS (Android compatible version to follow) Apple iOS, Android & Windows
Battery life Up to 8 months of battery life using a standard watch battery Up to 7 days – comes with a magnetic charging dock with Micro USB power adapter
Colors Azure, Shark Grey, Sand Leather straps in black, brown, white, pink and light blue
Availability March 2015 Now Available (out in August 2014)
Price $149.95 $299

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