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Swatch unveils smartwatch geared towards beach volleyball

Swatch has just unveiled its first rather specific smartwatch. The Touch Zero One looks rather similar to the old Swatch Touch. But this one has a few “smart” features to bring it into that category. But if you’ve come to expect the ability check notifications or playback music, you won’t find that here. What sets the Touch Zero One apart is it works for beach volleyball.

It tracks your steps and hits. Swatch says it can even differentiate between attack hits, high hits, low hits, high hits, and even high fives during the game. It will then be sent to an app for processing (no word yet if the app works with iOS or Android or both). It will rate you on a scale of 0 to 100 (or from beginner, amateur, and up to professional). It also calculates the calories you’ve burned and has a graph that shows your progress based on days, weeks, and months. It’s not a colored screen so expect battery life to be good. Swatch touts it at several months between charges but these are non-chargeable. At US$159 it fits right into the activity tracker niche, if you play a lot of volleyball, that is.

Source: Swatch | Via: SlashGear

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