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ASUS launches fitness oriented VivoWatch with a 10 day battery life

ASUS VivoWatch

Taiwanese manufacturer ASUS has just unveiled its new wearable, called the VivoWatch. This follows the ZenWatch wearable that was announced back in September last year which has been our favorite among Android Wear smartwatches.

ASUS hasn’t provided details on the operating system of the wearable, but it is possible that this isn’t based on Android Wear. It is likely that the company is targeting the masses with the VivoWatch by making it OS agnostic.

The smartwatch has a strange green colored bar on the bottom of the display, which we’re guessing is the battery indicator. The press images don’t reveal a lot of color, so ASUS might be going with a black and white panel here which will also conserve battery.

The company will reportedly share more details on the VivoWatch during the Milan Design Week which officially starts tomorrow, so we expect to get a better idea of the device and its features by then.

Source: ASUS

Via: Engadget

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