Basis, a company owned by Intel (cost about 100 million dollars), has introduced its new quantifier clock with a strong component of connectivity with our smartphone.
The Basis Peak is an advanced clock of very contained dimensions, nothing exaggerated, with metallic finish and straps that can be interchanged. Its main use points to a quantifier clock, which includes a whole array of sensors, including a heart rate and a body temperature.
Your strength will also be the dream. The detection technology BodyIQ movement is responsible for determining whether we are walking, running or biking, but also if we have lying up or sleep stages through which we pass while we sleep.
The screen of this Peak is tactile, it has protection Gorilla Glass and the watch we can submerge it up to 5 atmospheres of pressure, reason why it is not problem to use it doing swimming.
The most advanced touch will come later with the application for iOS and Android that will provide notificationsof messages or incoming calls. The connectivity with the smartphone will be bluetooth 4.0 and the manufacturer promises a autonomy of up to four days.
This new member of the club of the clocks that aspire to conquer our doll of definitive form will arrive at the market next month of November. Initially it will only be able to buy for 200 dollars in the USA, and at the end of year will follow other territories like Canada and United Kingdom.