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Monday, August 11, 2014
Toshiba's New Wearable Wristband Fitness Tracker Runs Two Weeks without Recharging


Toshiba has started selling its new WERAM1100 wearable fitness tracker in Japan through Amazon and Yahoo! Shopping.

The accessorie features an integrated accelerometer that enablesit to estimate physical activities, such as steps taken, distance traveled and calories burned. The fitness tracker can also measure sleep states and patterns and hours of sleep per day. A dedicated app syncs information to a smartphone via Bluetooth and allows users to view accumulated data as graphs. Users can also upload photos and calories counts of meals, to monitor diet along with physical activity and sleep.

Toshiba says the WERAM1100 can run for two weeks without recharging. It also automatically determines activity levels and sleep, eliminating the need to change the operating mode manually when going to bed or getting up in the morning.

Operation is simple and allows users to program and log individual, everyday life activities - what time breakfast is eaten, for instance. A built-in vibrator can be set to go off when pace counts, distance and other targets are reached, and also functions as an alarm.

The WERAM1100 is available in four colors.

Model number

WERAM1100

Price

Open price

Color variations

4 colors: black, light gray, smoky pink, blue-green

Sensor

Acceleration sensor

Communication

Compliant with Bluetooth® 3.0/4.0 (Class 2)

Operating temperature range

5°C to 50°C

Operating humidity range

20% to 90% (no condensation)

Continuous operation

2 weeks (* varies with usage patterns and conditions)

Dimensions

When buckled at the loosest hole: Approx. 195 mm

When buckled at the tightest hole: Approx. 140 mm

Thickness: Approx. 12 mm

Width: Approx. 19 mm

Internal battery

Rechargeable lithium-ion battery

Charging method

USB charging via a dedicated attachment

Water/dust protection

IPX5/IPX7-equivalent

Weight

Approx. 27 g





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