In this week's 2017 Consumer Electronics Show, the famous running shoe company New Balance and Intel jointly released its first smart watch RunIQ. The smart watch installed Google's Android Wear software, has a variety of functions to measure the movement of data. The dial is a 1.39-inch AMOLED display, which contains heart rate monitors, gyroscopes and accelerometers, with 512MB of RAM and 4GB of memory. Has already begun pre-sale, priced at $ 300, the official sale will begin on February 1.
RunIQ smart watch also integrates Strava's running tracking function, with automatic synchronization. Its 4GB of memory allows users to sync Google Play music while running. In addition, New Balance and headset manufacturer Jabra cooperation launched the PaceIQ sports Bluetooth headset, and this can be used in conjunction with the RunIQ smart watches, real-time feedback for the user movement data. PaceIQ Bluetooth headset is priced at $ 110, also in February on sale.