WearIt Wi-Fi sports smartwatch keeps you on the map
(Credit: Heart Rate Watch Company)
From Microsoft to Sony, it seems like everyone’s starting to make smartwatches these days. It’s an increasingly crowded field, but if you’re into sports, here’s one that might suit you.
WearIt, from Montana fitness electronics firm Heart Rate Watch Company, packs in GPS, Wi-Fi 802.11 .b/g/n, ANT+, and Bluetooth Smart 4.0 LE connectivity, as well as USB 2.0.
It can connect to external sensors, such as heart rate monitors and bike speed sensors, displaying data on its 240×240-pixel resolution touchscreen.
Under the hood, it’s got a Cortex A8 processor, running Android 4.1 Jellybean, with 256MB RAM and 4GB of storage. There’s also an accelerometer, magnetometer, pedometer, and a digital compass.
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