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Tag Heuer announced the release of the Connected Modular 41 smart watch last year as it sought to offer a smaller version of the Connected Modular 45 model popular last year.
The 45 model is a damn fine smart watch on Android Wear, but the fact that so far they were only 45 mm in size means that those with less wrist girth will not be able to wear them. And this is mainly a female audience. CEO Jean-Claude Biver of the company noted that in the future it is planned to release a version of 39 mm and, although 41 mm is still too big for a hard wrist, but this is still a significant breakthrough for the company.
Tag also made some improvements in the display and filling of the watch. Currently they are equipped with a 326ppi screen, with a resolution of 390 x 390 pixels (AMOLED-display). The smaller aces version also receives 8 GB of memory and 1 GB of RAM, at the same time they are waterproof up to 50 meters and have built-in GPS and NFC for Android Pay.
8GB of memory is a particularly nice addition - Android Wear obaku watches rafiqsonsonline.com/product-category/obaku/ usually come with a standard 4GB capacity, so you will now have more storage space for music and applications with Modular 41.
Modularity is a unique Tag prerequisite for this watch, and 41 comes in seven basic versions with various options and straps, including new pink, blue and white leather straps. The core of Connected can even be replaced with a mechanical module Caliber 5, which is ideal for those who do not want to wear smart watches in 24/7 mode, but at the same time do not want to save on luxury.
The cost of the Modular 41 model starts from 1000 pounds, but at the same time they are available in various trim levels and colors. However, we expect that you can safely mark much higher; jac, the deluxe 45 package costs 14,500 pounds. So yes, this model is focused on the so-called elite market. This model is available for order right now.
But we really liked the Connected 45 watch. We would end our review of this model as follows: “There is still room for improvement, but on the whole, Tag’s second attempt proves that it’s the only Swiss watch manufacturer that very quickly learns how to make good royal london smart watches rafiqsonsonline.com/product-category/royal-london/.
HIGH-TECH CONSUMER ELECTRONIC EXHIBITION (CES-2018): Original bandage for heart rate monitoring returned
Long before pulse models such as the Polar OH1 and Wahoo Tickr appeared, there was only one heart rate monitor on the scene, and that was the Scosche Rhythm +. He rejected the need to use a chest belt, putting in first place the requirement of accuracy of testimony.
Scosche is now returning to CES 2018 with Rhythm24, a smart dressing that guarantees maximum heart rate tracking accuracy with the addition of several new features so that you don’t even think about the devices of direct competitors of the company.
As with the Polar OH1, the heart rate monitor is waterproof and has an IP68 degree of protection. Unlike the Polar settings, the device allows you to track heart rate in water. The dressing is supplied in various color solutions, as well as with a certain set of functional features, including the LED indicator of battery charge along with the training data recording system with the possibility of their subsequent storage in the device’s memory.
From the point of view of heart rate control, the device now includes the function of measuring heart rate variability, so that the stress level of the user can be determined, as well as the time he needs to recover.
The device also provides special profiles for various sports, including swimming, running and cycling.
Scosche uses touch technology created by Valencell, which provides some of the most effective heart rate sensors we found on wearable devices, such as Suunto and Jabra in particular. The PerformTek sensor used on the Rhythm24 uses green and yellow optical sensors that allow for more accurate and reliable measurements through the skin of the user.
Rhythm24 will be available in the spring of 2018. There is no news about the cost of the device, but there are suggestions that it will cost no more than Rhythm +.
ZTE AND WEARSAFE COMBINE TO IMPROVE WEARABLE ELECTRONICS SECURITY
HIGH-TECH CONSUMER ELECTRONICS EXHIBITION (CES-2018): Qualcomm is also on guard for the safety of users of smart devices
Although several attempts have been made to improve the security of the personal data of wearable users, none of the proposed solutions have been adopted. Representatives of ZTE and Wearsafe believe that they can make a difference, and they have teamed up with Qualcomm to do this.
Three companies announced that they had teamed up in an attempt to create “discrete wearable devices” that would connect users to emergency prevention services, family and monitoring companies at the touch of a button.
Each company will bring its expertise to these devices. Qualcomm, of course, will implement the Snapdragon Wear 1100 processor. Meanwhile, ZTE will be responsible for the hardware of the equipment, and Wearsafe will implement its personal data security platforms based on the devices.
The presence of the Snapdragon Wear 1100 processor, by the way, also means that it will be low-power devices with support for next-generation LTE technology around the world. As for what we can expect from the functions, ZTE assures that it intends to integrate the Wearsafe system into the device.
Usually, Wearsafe technology relies on providing your emergency contacts and contextual information, depending on the situation.