There was a lot to like about the Samsung Gear S3 Frontier. It was well-built, good looking and a more than worthy successor to the Gear S2. However, it wasn’t perfect. You couldn’t take it swimming, it was big and bulky, and — despite being more affordable than its competition — still cost RM1,399.
It would have been such a shame if people simply wrote this solid device off because of those limitations. Thankfully, if those were your biggest concerns with the Gear S3, Samsung may just have the solution for you. In comes the Gear Sport and, as far as I can tell, it’s a smaller, lighter, and swim proof Gear S3 Frontier.
After the big smartphone reveal that was the Samsung Galaxy Note8, the South Korean electronics giant is now unveiling their latest lineup of gadgets that have fitness on their mind. Here’s Samsung’s IFA Berlin 2017 roster: Meet the Gear Sport, Gear Fit2 Pro, and all-new Gear IconX.
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Odds are, you’ve never heard of the brand WeLoop. However, you’ve probably seen what an Apple Watch looks like and I don’t think anyone can argue that this watch and the Apple Watch are two incredibly similar-looking devices.
Well, this wearable is called the WeLoop Hey 3S and it’s one of two brand new fitness trackers that the company has launched in Malaysia through accessories distributor Olike. And, looks aside, it bleeds value-for-money.
Christmas is rapidly approaching and when it comes to presents for your technology-loving friends and family, socks just aren’t going to cut it. To help you out, we’ve put together a guide to the best tech-related Christmas presents money can buy. Whether you have RM30 or RM300,000 to spend, you should be able to find something for that special someone, this holiday season.
Fitbit continues to be one of the most popular wearable makers in the world and that’s because they make good devices. The company continues to dominate the basic wearables segment according to the IDC and looked to continue that with the launch of the Flex 2 and Charge 2.
Today, the company gave us a quick sneak peak at these two devices and we’re pretty impressed.
Fitbit has revealed that they have “exciting new products” heading our way towards the year and it looks like we’re getting the first glimpse at two of those exciting new products. Techno Buffalo recently got their hands on some images of the upcoming Fitbit Flex 2 and Fitbit Charge 2, and the devices look pretty slick.
Fitbit has been dominating the fitness wearable market for awhile now, but their wearable devices haven’t exactly been the best looking ones. Sure, the Charge HR and Alta are pretty sleek and minimalistic, but what if you wanted a big screen?
In the past, you would have been relegated to the Fitbit Surge, but that costs a pretty penny and, frankly, is anything but pretty. Chunky would probably be the best description. Well, now you have another option, meet Fitbit’s most stylish wearable yet — the Blaze.
Was the recently announced Mi Band 2‘s OLED display too small for your liking? If that’s the case, perhaps the 1.5-inch Super AMOLED panel on the front of Samsung‘s latest smart fitness tracker, the Gear Fit2, can entice you.
If I had to identify one other technological trend besides Virtual Reality that would most likely hit big this year, it would be smartwatches. Or smart wearables, whichever you prefer.
For people like us at SoyaCincau.com, smartwatches may not be the “latest” in terms of tech, but for everyone else who doesn’t blow all their money on gadgets, this is a relatively new concept. And oh boy what a concept.
I mean, you have to charge your watch every day?