Intex FitRist Cardio With Heart Rate Sensor at Rs. 1,499
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Intex on Wednesday launched another form of its FitRist activity tracker, called FitRist Cardio. Adding heart rate following to the wellness band's capacities, Intex has made the FitRist Cardio accessible to purchase only by means of Amazon India in Black shading variation, with a cost of Rs. 1,499. At its value, it goes up against the Xiaomi Mi Band 2, which was propelled at Rs. 1,999 a year ago with a heart rate sensor and OLED show.

The Intex FitRist Cardio fitness band brandishes a 2.18cm OLED show with a 96x32 pixels determination, and it weighs around 26 grams. The organization gloats of Bluetooth 4.0 network on the movement tracker, with which it interfaces with Android (v4.4 or more) and iOS (v7.0 or more) smartphone. It can likewise get OTA refreshes through an associated smartphone. The FitRist Cardio bears an 80mAh battery that is appraised to convey up to 7 days of battery life. It is water safe, and elements a heart rate sensor, rest screen, hydration caution, and a stage/calorie counter.

The organization includes that the FitRist Cardio can give Facebook, WhatsApp, and SMS message notices. On a smartphone, the wellness tracker will show approaching calls with guest ID, be that as it may, on iPhone models, the band will show the call symbol if the contact is put away on the smartphone, and will show the telephone number if the contact isn't put away. The Intex FitRist Cardio additionally has a 'hostile to lost' capacity that will help find the fitness band in the event that it gets lost.

At long last, Intex is likewise gloating of two or three different elements on the FitRist Cardio. Clients can control their smartphone's playlist with the MP3 control include, while a remote screen highlight gives clients a chance to control the camera of their associated smartphone to remotely click pictures.

Remarking on the launch , Nidhi Markanday, Director and Business Head, Intex Technologies, stated, "Since our entrance into the wearable portion in 2015, with iRist Smartwatch and FitRist band, Intex has been generally welcomed by the market and to improve our bunch of offerings, Intex FitRist Cardio has been intended to satisfy the requirements and turn into a one-stop answer for the individuals who consider their wellness important."

Intex FitRist Cardio With Heart Rate Sensor at Rs. 1,499

Intex FitRist Cardio With Heart Rate Sensor at Rs. 1,499

 
 


 
 


 
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