Asus VivoWatch launches
The VivoWatch can pair with both iOS plus Android, and costs just under $150 in Taiwan, meaning it'll be going head to head with the similarly priced Fitbit Charge HR around the world. So is ASUS' first fitness device worth trying? Or should you stick to some more mature offerings? Let's take a look.
Highly visible heart rate zone LED
Automatic sleep tracking
Great battery life
Continuous heart rate monitoring
Doesn't track distance
No app notifications
App still needs some polish
Can't export data to third-party apps
At $150, the VivoWatch manages to beat the crowd by combining a handy feature set with an elegant design -- one that you could easily wear in the office. With a bit of polishing on the app side, this will make a compelling option for casual runners.