Ambrane India, the Indian computer peripherals company, has rolled out its new smartwatch ASW-11 with a price tag of Rs 1,999 that will be accessible all over the e-tail and leading retail stores.
The device sports a 128 x 128 1.4-inch touchscreen with in-built speaker and microphone. The device operates on the Nucleus operating system and is well-matched with both iOS and Android operating system. The device is fueled by MTK6261M 88 MHz processor. The watch has a weight of almost 50 g and is obtainable in black color with straps made up of rubber. It has a battery worth 200mAh, which the company says can last almost 2 Days. When it comes to connectivity, it provides third-party apps and Bluetooth v3.0.
Speaking of functionality, the ASW-11 provides step count, calorie count, and sleep tracking. It also provides functionality of calling.
Talking on the launch, Director of Ambrane India Pvt. Ltd., Gaurav Dureja, claims, “Lately Ambrane made an entry in the wearables market, on the other hand in a very short period of time, we have got a sturdy response from the users. Our latest ASW-11 Smartwatch is developed for the smarter requirements of modern day generation. Developed for those on the go, this device might replace your most of the costlier watches from the Case simultaneously playing the role of fitness tracker. Did not we state value for cash? The watch is ‘Best in technology at Best prices’”
Lately, Fitbit revealed what can be dubbed as its first bonafide smartwatch. Called as Ionic, the wearable smartwatch is ready for pre-orders in the U.S. with a price tag of $299.95 (almost Rs 19,200) from the own website of the company. It will be made accessible in 3 color combinations, Blue + Orange, Blue + Silver, and Charcoal + Gray. The shipping is believed to start within a month.