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LG Lifeband Touch

LG Lifeband Touch

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LG introduced its next generation wearable tech, the Lifeband Touch. The flexible wristband is remarkably similar to Nike's FuelBand, but it is more capable and comfortable. The Lifeband Touch works as a watch, biometric sensor, call and message indicator, and music controller.

The Lifeband Touch connects wirelessly via Bluetooth to Android phones or iPhones. It works well with LG's own Fitness app or other popular apps such as Runkeeper or MyFitnessPal.

The 3-axis accelerometer and altimeter measures all movement, including steps, height, speed, distance, calories spent and projected pace, and the information is displayed on the touch OLED panel. The user can swipe on the panel to change information displayed.

The device turns on when the wearer's wrist is rotated to view the display.

The Lifeband Touch also connects with LG's new Heart Rate Earphones, which measures heart rates with a sensor within the earphone, eliminating the necessity of wearing the often cumbersome band across the chest.

Both devices will be available in first half of 2014, and price is expected to be on the lower end of premium devices.

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