Garmin Launches Vivoactive, Fenix 3 and Epix Smartwatches With Waterproof

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Garmin Vivoactive

Garmin has launched three new smartwatches at the ongoing CES event named Vivoactive, Fenix 3 and Epix. The Garmin Vivoactive is priced at $250 USD (NGN 46,000) for standalone version and $350 USD (NGN 64,100) with heart-rate monitor; the Fenix 3 at $500 USD (NGN 92,000), $550 USD (NGN 101,000) with heart-rate monitor and $600 (NGN 110,000) for sapphire screen version, while the Epix comes with a price tag of $550 USD (NGN 101,000). The devices will be available before Q2 this year.

The Vivoactive features a square touchscreen display for reading phone missed call notifications, text messages, reminders, emails and social media via Bluetooth connection and comes with built-in GPS for keeping track of distance as well as sports activities. The smartwatch is waterproof certified and can survive up to 50 metres deep in water. It packs a battery that can last up to 7 days in a single charge and will be available in Black and Silicone White colour options.

Garmin Fenix 3
Much like Garmin Vivoactive, the Fenix 3 also sports a touchscreen display for reading notifications but comes with more additional features. It is equipped with barometer, electronic compass, and auto-calibrating altemeter for distance tracking, analyzing intense workouts, sleep tracking and various activities. The Fenix 3 include the firm app store called ConnectQ1 for accessing supported apps and can survive up to 100 metres deep in water. The device can last up to 3 weeks in a single charge and comes in different colours, these includes Grey with Black band, Silver with Red band and Sapphire with stainless steel band.

Lastly, the Garmin Epix features almost identical specifications with Garmin Vivoactive but it do comes with additional functionality like GLONASS and pre-loaded maps for intense navigation.
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