Fitbit has now reached that point when they don’t have to prove their worth in the fitness market of gadgets. There a lot of great devices by them in the market right now. But never hurts to make a few more, does it? That’s what they are doing with the new Alta HR. It has the same look as the original Fitbit Alta. Fitbit claims that this is the slimmest wristband with a pulse tracker right now.
The Fitbit Charge 2 and the Fitbit Alta are two of the bestselling products by Fitbit. The Fitbit Alta HR comes to give them competition (A healthy competition none the less). The Fitbit Alta HR has a PurePulse Heart rate monitor. Auto sleep tracking, tracks your steps, the amount of calories you have burnt through the day, the distance you covered and all the basics including a clock. Connects to your phone to give you important notifications and text alerts. Also if you are sitting idle for too long it will give you “Reminders To Move”. The rectangular OLED touchscreen displays does a great job of displaying all the information and you can get all the information in detail on your smartphone too. So if you are running and have to get a quick check of the ground you have covered then you can do it on the wristband. But if you get home and want to ask your physician if everything is going good or not. Just send him a screenshot of the detailed stats from your phone.
The Fitbit Charger 2 was the thinnest fitness tracker with a heart rate monitor by Fitbit. But the Alto HR is 25 percent smaller than the Charge 2. Of course the physical differences between the Alto and the Alto HR are hard to find. Fitbit claims up to 7 days of battery life with a full charge. The original Alto has a price tag of $129. But the Fitbit Alto HR has a price tag of $150 with interchangeable. It will be available by the end of this month.
Source | Fitbit