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Acer launches new Leap Ware smartwatch

Acer announced its Leap Ware smart fitness watch, which expands the company’s range of smart devices that integrates into daily lives, allowing users to manage personal fitness goals and stay connected to friends and family.

“As the pace of modern lifestyles become ever more hectic, people demand technology that can keep them on track and motivated to pursue their goals,” said MH Wang, GM for smart device products, IT Products Business, Acer Incorporated. “The new Acer Leap Ware is designed to act as a virtual coach to help people go, track, and share, sending them reminders and alerts when they need them the most.”

Acer’s Leap Ware smart fitness watch features a stainless steel circular frame with a minimalistic design. It is suited for daily usage and allows the user to benefit from a suite of wellness and fitness features. Equipped with the MediaTek MT2523 chipset and MT2511 bio-sensing chip, the Leap Ware smartwatch has diverse fitness tracking features thanks to an array of sensors with advanced algorithms. It can monitor heart rate, stamina, stress/fatigue levels, and exposure to ultraviolet rays.

It also boasts three to five days of battery life. Leap Ware’s 42-mm (1.6-inch) face features with Corning Gorilla Glass SR+ which delivers scratch resistance with toughness, optical clarity and touch sensitivity of Gorilla Glass. The Acer Leap Ware has an IPX7 water resistance rating and can survive an unexpected torrential downpour.

Also included is a built-in LED light which illuminates at the press of a button. The Leap Ware’s bands are interchangeable and come in blue or brown. It is compatible with any 20-mm (0.7-inch) watch band. Acer’s Leap Ware smartwatch can be paired with an Android or iOS smartphone via the Liquid Life app.

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