Microsoft Band: Bracelet measure Physical Activity, Heart Rate and Sleep
Microsoft introduced Microsoft Band, the first device of wearable technology: it is a wristband that measures physical activity, heart rate and sleep and is compatible with Windows Phone 8.1, but iOS and Android devices.
The US technology and follows the path of other companies in the market and put devices that measure body User activity: LG, Nike, Motorola, Sony and Samsung and Apple also announced its smart watch, but It will not arrive until 2015.
Microsoft Band: A revolutionary Health Bracelet:
The proposal from Microsoft, not far from others, focuses on measuring physical activity and propose objectives for improving health.
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Compatible with both Windows Phone 8.1 and iOS and Android – a “mother” device is connected via “Bluetooth” – bracelet connects to Microsoft Health, the cloud platform to store and analyze physical data and suggests custom workouts.
Nobody else has the big data or machine learning to attack fitness and productivity challenges in this way.
Microsoft Band measures the calories burned, heart rate, sleep and steps the user, Microsoft said in a statement. Technology includes GPS to save the sports routes and body temperature sensor, but it is not waterproof.
Besides options for sport and health, color touch screen 1.4 inches notifies you of incoming calls, Facebook and Twitter activity, receiving emails and SMS and calendar alerts.
Available on Windows Phone, iOS and Android, Microsoft Health’s open cloud platform stores, organizes and learns from your fitness information in order to give specific prompts to improve your fitness.
Connected with Windows Phone 8.1, the device bracelet will Cortana voice assistant that allows you to dictate notes and set reminders and reports driving directions, traffic conditions and gives the weather forecast, and more.
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According to Microsoft, the battery bracelet holds 48 hours but warns that the use of GPS may undermine their autonomy. The Microsoft Band, whose body is plastic and so far only black, is now available in the US at a price of US $ 199.99.