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Thread Contributor: MasterBlasterFitbit Hopes SmartWatches aren't Dead yet, Introduces new Ionic SmartWatch
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Yes, @Fitbit has been doing great stock-wise. Yes, Fitbit bought beloved Pebble, the most excellent smart watch company who got it right. Yes we on our previous forum showed very ugly images of possible Fitbit watches. No, we did not see this pretty one coming. I feel better knowing this is what Fitbit will sell as their new Apple watch killer. More details coming soon.

via https://www.cnet.com/products/fitbit-ion...03-10aaj8j

Here are the details via PocketLint


Quote:The Fitbit Ionic smartwatch has an aluminum build with interchangeable straps and it comes with a plethora of features including water resistance up to 50 meters, heart rate monitoring and built-in GPS, as well as music storage for over 300 tracks and on-wrist personal coaching through a new app called Fitbit Coach.
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