Misfit released its smallest smart watch at CES
Misfit is a company famous for making low-power sports bracelets and hybrid watches. At the 2018 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Misfit unveiled a new hybrid watch called Path, the smallest hybrid smartwatch by now. The watch with 38mm traditional dial, like most smart watches, can count steps and remind the itinerary.
Path is Misfit's third hybrid smart watch following Phase and Command, while Path's 38mm dial is Misfit's smallest design yet.
Path does not have a built-in heart rate sensor, but it can still count steps, record the amount of calories burned in the user's calories, record sleep and distance traveled, and all data is synchronized with the Misfit phone app.
The user can adjust the vibration mode of the watch by using the mobile phone application, and experience different modes of vibration prompt under different situations such as receiving calls, receiving messages, receiving application notifications and the like. This Path watch has a 50-meter waterproof function, with a replaceable button battery life of up to 6 months.
Misfit plans to start selling the Path watch later this spring for $ 150, with a total of four styles to choose from.
Smart watches manufacturer-Dongguan Fit-Watch reports.