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The Wearable tech is growing and growing fast. It hasn't been long since rumors were all over the town speaking about how the mobile technology would soon fit our wrists, and already we have a host of names that into the wearable business.
While we are still in the infancy days of the wearable tech, platforms such as Android Wear have actually pointed toward the fact that the wearable segment in the market can only grow from here.
The newest name in the Indian wearable segment is Vivofit from Garmin. The market is anyway growing, and Garmin has now introduced the new fitness centric wrist band at a press event in Delhi.
Apparently, the new wearable can sync with your smartphone and your laptop or PC. It uses Garmin's patented ANT+ technology to sync with your PC or laptop and uses Bluetooth sync to connect with your smartphone.
But those are just some of the few things the smartband is capable of. However, what exactly are the top notch features of the smartband that should make it a top choice in your wishlist? We take a look at the top 5.
Vivofit has the ability to learn from your current activity level, then assigns an attainable daily goal. As the user meets his or her milestone, vívofit will adjust your goal for the next day, gradually helping you lead a healthier lifestyle.
The Vivofit is one of those offerings that that knows your real potential. So basically, no matter what you live for, you can make every step count with Vivofit. This smartband moves at the pace of your life with sleep monitoring, water resistant, wireless sync and more.
With the Vivofit by your side, there's absolute no need to stop and sync your data to see your progress. Vivofit stores your stats right on your wrist. Later, with the touch of 1 button, you can wirelessly sync with Garmin Connect.
Vivofit makes sure that you take health issues seriously and one step at a time. You can use the heart rate monitor with vívofit to record your heart rate and zone data for any fitness activity. Also, you could record calories burned throughout the day.
Garmin's own Garmin Connect allows you to join online challenges with other vívofit users or start your own competition with friends to compete for virtual badges and bragging rights. In fact, there's even a leaderboard present to compare scores.