Mio Alpha strives accurate heart rate readings (hands-on)

BARCELONA, Spain - Track your heart on your wrist with Alpha million, yet another SmartWatch Kickstarter launched and showcased at MWC 2013. $ 199 for the Alpha is water resistant and built to reliably rate reading your ticker. With its sleek lines and curves slightly rounded, Alpha Mio looks and feels both futuristic and sporty. In addition it is necessary for the Alpha is essentially a timepiece and fitness gadget for those looking for serious feedback about their shows workouts.The soft silicone bracelet is comfortable too, and it is clear that this gadget has been designed to wear for hours. Let's be clear, though. Alpha Mio is not a lifestyle or a product of well-being to be attached to your person around the clock. For example, the Alpha Mio does not measure sleep or even the number of steps you take each day. Neither will try to push you or guilt towards the adoption of a better life. If you are looking for a gadget to do that, then the next Fitbit or Jawbone Up Flex will be more up your alley.

Similar to Under Armour Armour39 system, Alpha Mio is squarely aimed at serious athletes looking for a way to accurately assess their physical performance during exercise. It has a main objective to give more time, and this is to measure heart rate. On the underside of the Alpha are two major green LEDs that light pulse into the skin on your wrist. An optical sensor results analysis, scanning from the bloodstream to provide real-time heart rate data. Mio is also known as the Alpha extreme precision with its two huge lights combined with sophisticated technology patented by Philips measurement. I can certainly verify that the green Alpha Mio are massive and very bright compared to the baseband Science Basis. I can not confirm at the moment whether the Alpha carries on the basis of performance in terms of heart rate.

Another nice thing Alpha Mio can do is communicate directly Statistics heart rate both iOS Android devices through a Bluetooth wireless connection. One caveat is that while Mio says it is working on an application in-house, you will have to use third party applications such as MapMyRun or Alpha Enomondo to connect with your phone. As smooth is how LED flashes blue or red to indicate the weather of your heart rate is above or below your area for optimal performance.

Does the thought of owning an Alpha Mio get your blood flowing? The gadget costs $ 199 (or 199 euros depending on market) and can be purchased directly on the site Mio.
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