The world of wearable technology has become even smaller now, considering how Taiwanese company Acer has jumped into the fray this time around. We are talking about the Acer Liquid Leap wearable device, which is the first from the company, where this particular device would come with its very own touchscreen display, in addition to featuring fitness tracking capability, integrated phone/SMS notification as well as music control playback.
The Acer Liquid Leap would play nice also with the recently introduced Acer Liquid Jade smartphone in selected markets, where the latter comes with beautiful aesthetics, smooth touch and a curved design. We shall concentrate on the Acer Liquid Leap however, as it was announced over at Computex that also happens to carry the distinction of being the smallest touch device by Acer. The Liquid Leap is said to emit an understated elegance thanks to its modern linear design, featuring a slim 1-inch touch screen that is encased within a durable rubber wristband to deliver comfortable everyday usage.
This is the ideal smart wearable device that will target active digital users who want to maximize their level of efficiency, as well as for folks who feel that to remain connected is 100% essential. The Liquid Leap works this way – it tracks users’ fitness including steps, running distance, calories burned, and sleeping cycle. Since it is on round the clock, it will also sport incoming call and SMS notification to make sure that you no longer miss a call, ever again. Apart from that, there is also a music control function which would allow you to access the music library on your smartphone, and play, pause, switch to previous or next songs.
Those who are interested in this light weight and stylish wearable device can choose from Moonstone White, Mineral Black, Aquamarine, Fragrant Pink, and Vivid Orange, where it sports up to 7 days of battery life, Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity, and has waterproof IPX7 standard certification. No idea on pricing, but expect it to ship sometime in the third quarter of this year.