If you are not a big fan of the Apple Watch, you may love Intel's Basis Peak fitness-tracking watches. Basis, an Intel company, has unveiled a brand new titanium version of its Peak sports watch-cum-fitness tracker, and also added support for Apple Health and Google Fit.
The traditional model is priced at $200, but today the firm has announced a limited edition Titanium Peak for $300. The Basis Titanium Peak doesn't add any valuable feature, but that extra $100 brings some nice additional changes. The housing is made of satin finish Grade II titanium. Unlike the Apple Watch, this new Intel-made watch is equipped to resist everyday wear and tear.
"We are thrilled to expand the Peak lineup with the sleek Titanium Edition, the highest quality Basis to date, along with a new line of leather accessory straps, giving customers more ways to make a comprehensive fitness tracking experience fit into their lives and reflect their personal style," said Jef Holove, general manager of Basis, an Intel company."
Basis has also introduced a series of leather straps in a variety of colours for its existing Basis Peak fitness trackers. Those strap collars include Noir, Fog, Saddle, Khaki and Blush. The new leather straps cost $50 each, while the silicone SportVent straps are $30.
In addition, the firm is rolling out a major software feature for both models. The most highlighted feature is the ability to sync health data with Apple Health and Google Fit platforms.
Source - Basis