Acer today used its event in New York City also to present Acer Leapware, a smartwatch with the fitness focus. The wearable device has an integrated heart rate monitor as well as other biosensors that can, among other things, determine the user’s stress level.
Acer today introduced a new SmartWatch called Leapware at an event in New York City in addition to various notebooks and other devices.
The device is powered by the MediaTek MT2523 chipset and positioned by the Taiwanese manufacturer primarily as a fitness tracker.
The outstanding features of Acers new Smartwatch are the stylish (taste as usual apart) exterior, a recharge time of 3 to 5 days, as well as the integrated pulse meter and other biosensors, which can, among other things, determine the current degree of exhaustion and stress level of the watch carrier.
In addition, the Leapware offers, of course, the possibility also to inform the user about the notifications received on a paired smartphone (telephone calls, e-mails, SMS messages, app messages).
Acer Leapware Specifications
Acers Leapware features a 42-millimeter watch case with around. The 1.1-inch color LC display and comes with a replaceable 20-millimeter bracelet offered by the manufacturer in Navy Blue and Light Brown.
This implies, among other things, that the so-called Liquid Life app is needed to connect the clock with an iPhone (from iOS 8) or an Android smartphone (from Android 5.0 Lollipop).
Within the app, users can, for example, define training targets or make certain settings for the Smartwatch.
Price and Release date: Acer Leapware
Acer plans to launch the Acer Leapware in North America from July 2017 at the recommended retail price of 149 US dollars.
In Europe, the start of sales is planned later somewhere later in the second half year at the price of 139 euros.