Withings does have its fair share of wearable devices, and this time around, the Withings Activité wearable device has appeared over at the FCC – which means it ought to be well on its way to the market in due time. After all, we have already seen a fitness tracker that is known as the Pulse O2 which can be clipped onto a belt or clothing, or simply to keep track of the number of your steps taken each day. Alternatively, you can also slap on the Pulse O2 on your wrist like a watch – which looks rather out of place, of course. The Withings Activité is a whole lot more aesthetically pleasing, as it resembles more like a Swiss watch which sports a bevy of motion sensors that are hidden right under the surface.
There is just something about a shade of gold that automatically makes a particular device seem to be a whole lot more desirable, don’t you think so? Bloomberg claims that Apple’s next generation iPad Air will arrive in a shade of gold – and of course, this is not a gold plated tablet that will be insanely expensive, but rather, it will follow the footsteps of the likes of the iPhone 5s that arrives in a shade of gold, too, that appealed to plenty of people when it was first introduced.