ASUS Presents Its Clock VivoWatch: 10 Days of Battery and Priced at 149 Euros

At the end of the month of January began to come to light the first rumours about a new smartwatch that Asus was preparing with the idea of trying to break the market offering a range of one week, a watch that in the middle of this month we both knew the name as that autonomy would rise up to 10 days.

Now the Asus VivoWatch is official, and has proven to be much more than one of the smartwatch best autonomous market, also highlighting a spectacular design with rounded edges and be especially directed to help us with our daily physical activity, something that is quite evident in the first promotional video that Asus published yesterday on YouTube.

This is the Asus VivoWatch

The VivoWatch includes an innovative cardiac sensor with VivoPulse technology for continuous monitoring our constant control of quality of sleep, and a degree of protection IP67, assuring us its resistance to dust and water, causing them to plunge 30 minutes up to a meter deep.

Moreover, this watch will have a screen protected by Gorilla Glass 3 with rresolution of 128 x 128 pixels, three-axis accelerometer, optical sensor heart rate technology Asus VivePulse, UV Sensor and Bluetooth 4.0, all with a weight of 50 grams that we tie our wrist with a strap 22 cm.

The big question of this watch is in the possibilities that can present its own operating system specially designed so that the clock has the maximum possible autonomy, but this is a question that will soon answer, because it will come to market next month of may at a spectacular price of 149 euros.