Toshiba activity tracker spotted at the FCC
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Toshiba launched an activity tracker in their home market back in August. Dubbed WERAM1100, this device is now close to a launch in the United States, as it has been spotted at the FCC website earlier this week.
The Toshiba activity tracker WERAM1100 is available in Japan with black, smoky pink, blue-green, and light gray color variations. These are its highlights:
- Compatibility/Connectivity: Android 4.0+ and iOS 7.0+; Bluetooth 3.0/4.0 (class 2)
- Battery/Autonomy: lithium-ion; up to two weeks, depending on usage and external factors
- Operating ranges: 20 to 90 percent humidity and 41 to 122 Fahrenheit (maximum 104 Fahrenheit while charging)
- Water/dust protection: IPX5/IPX7-equivalent
- Sensor: acceleration
The Toshiba WERAM1100 charges through a micro USB cable and a dedicated charging base. It does not feature a screen as it only provides information via LED lights and vibrations.
The user manual available on the FCC website concerns a device codenamed S1100AM00, but its features are the same as those of WERAM1100. We will get back to it as soon as an official announcement goes online. For now, its cost and availability in the US still have to be unveiled.
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