IFA 2017: Medion comes with its own sports watch

IFA 2017: Medion comes with its own sports watch

At this year’s IFA, Medion is showing a prototype of the first own sports watch. The “S1000 SportsWatch” does not have a price and release date yet.

The case has a diameter of 45 mm (material not yet known), the display measures 1.3 “(240 x 240 pixels) and is based on touch and IPS The watch has GPS and measures with other sensors temperature, air pressure, altitude and also The pulse, the multi-sport mode, the most diverse sports, including running, hiking and cycling, of course, the clock is wired with the smartphone, so that notifications can be displayed and calls can be accepted.The clock weighs 60 grams, the battery Will be able to last up to five days, if Medion is able to handle the software and offer the clock for a fight price, the S1000 could be an interesting alternative.

More specifically, there are the two fitness tracker, which will also be presented at the show in Berlin. The S2000 – already announced at the end of June – will be available in September and costs 60 euros. Originally Medion had promised a price of under 50 euros. All further information on the S2000 can be read on Engadget already.

The current offer is completed by the E1000, which is to come in November for 30 euros in the trade. Battery life: up to two weeks, the OLED display measures 0.49 “Features include the usual collection of health data, the Medion stores the way to German servers, an alarm clock, photo remote triggering, the sleep monitoring and notifications..

Medion Wants to offer future fitness bracelets with GPS module.

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