Adidas miCoach Smart Run smartwatch caters to serious fitness addicts

Adidas Smart Run smartwatch

Looks like the electronics companies are going crazy about coming up with winning smartwatch that are hell bent on changing the complexion of gadget arena. The latest entrant to reveal its smartwatch is Adidas and it comes under the miCoach range which featured the Smart Ball football. The Adidas miCoach Smart Run smartwatch is one for serious fitness freaks who want to stay fit and don’t shy away from technology to assist them in doing so. Power packed with advanced features GPS mapping, heart rate monitor and miCoach training program. Smart Run sports a 1.45 inch full color transflective TFT capacitive touch LCD screen having 184x184px resolution. Android Jelly Bean 4.1.1 is the operating system of this Adidas smartwatch which features an accelerometer for stride rate measurement, Mio continuous optical heart rate monitor and three different modes of training. Measuring 48.4mm (width), 15.6mm (height), length (w/strap) 263.1mm and weighing 2.8 ounces the smartwatch has power reserve of 410mAh lithium ion battery.

Adidas Smart Run smartwatch

To store your data like music files there is data memory of 4GB and via Bluetooth 4.0 you can connect it to your Android smartphone or tablet easily. Adidas Smart Run smartwatch has a stainless steel bezel, guerrilla glass and soft touch silicon strap for maximum comfort. Other than all that this smartwatch has basic watch functions like time and stopwatch timer.

So it’s time serious athletes have a look at this smartwatch tailored specifically to their needs and November 1st id the date when it is going to be out for purchase at the price of $400.

Adidas Smart Run smartwatch

Via: Adidas

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