At the Consumer Electronics Show 2017 today in Las Vegas, wearable device company Misfit launched its first touchscreen smartwatch called the Misfit Vapor. It combines the functionality that a smartwatch offers with all of the features that Misfit’s activity and fitness-tracking wearables do, such as heart rate, sleep, and fitness tracking as well as standalone music functionality and built-in GPS. Misfit says that the Vapor is the most advanced wearable in terms of functionality that it has ever created.
The Misfit Vapor touts a 1.39 inch full round AMOLED display. It packs an altimeter, accelerometer, gyroscope, optical heart rate sensor, microphone, and GPS to provide exceptional fitness tracking functionality.
It’s powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2100 processor with 4GB of memory aside from Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity. The smartwatch can easily be charged using a standard USB port and can also be hooked up to a magnetic charging cradle. Misfit promises two days of battery life on a single charge. The Vapor is swimproof and water resistant to 50 meters."EXCEPTIONAL FITNESS TRACKING FUNCTIONALITY"
Customers can purchase this 44mm smartwatch with its satin-finished stainless steel case in either Jet Black or Rose Gold colors for $199. Interchangeable straps enable users to quickly change the look and feel of their watch.
The company hasn’t confirmed a release date yet, it has only said that the Misfit Vapor will be available for purchase via its website later this year.