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Movea Launches Wristband Reference Design at CES 2014

The world of fitness trackers is about to undergo a seismic shift. That is because many wristbands have been launched. Built by Movea, Xm-Squared and TI the G-series is simply unbeatable when it comes to health monitoring.

Jan 7 2014, 11:16am CST | by

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Movea Launches Wristband Reference Design at CES 2014
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Movea Launches Wristband Reference Design at CES 2014

The CES 2014 saw a new entry that rocked the whole place with its revolutionary implications. Created by Movea, Xm-Squared and Texas Instruments, the G-series wristband broke the barrier with its high class technology. The device clasps on to the wrist of the fitness buff comfortably. And the rest is as easy as a walk in the park.

“Movea is an established leader in the development of motion technology, proving its expertise through several commercialized solutions for the sport and wellness markets,” said Ross Alcazar, CEO at Xm- Squared. “We are excited to collaborate with Movea to design a platform that will satisfy the industry’s appetite for smarter, cross-functional wearable devices.”

Every vital stat from the correct posture to the movement dynamics all the way to speed and sleep quality is monitored in an automatic manner. Whether you are upright, seated or in locomotion, the gadget will notice the state of movement and inform you immediately.

It also acts as a pedometer and counter for the number of calories burnt via exercise. Finally, the style of your motion (slow or fast) and sleep duration at night get noted down without a hitch. And the good news is that the accuracy is close to 99%. It is a multisport gizmo par excellence. 

The device has been designed for the active lifestyle and will aid any person in his or her weight loss pursuits. The offer of a complete and seamless solution to the exercise and rest dilemma can be seen on this wrist wraparound thing that just can’t be matched by any other contender in the field.

“Leveraging TI’s proven track record in Bluetooth low energy solutions for consumer electronics and Xm- Squared’s expertise in developing ultra-thin mechanical enclosure technology for the wearables market, Movea is extending its value proposition from providing IP software to delivering a complete solution,” added Wahid Issa, Movea’s VP of marketing.

 

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