Amazon Halo sees tech giant get into the digital fitness game
Posted on: 27 août 2020, by : Stuart Dredge

Apple has quietly been becoming a digital health and fitness company for a while now, with wellbeing becoming a key selling point for its Apple Watch smartwatch. Now Amazon wants in on the fitness-wearables game.
It has unveiled a device called Halo, which is a fitness band (sadly not one that hovers above your head) with a companion app and subscription service. They’re launching in the US initially, with early adopters able to pay $64.99 for a band with a six-month subscription to the Halo service thrown in.
“Unlike smartwatches and fitness trackers, it doesn’t have a screen or constant notifications,” is the rivals-side-eyeing pitch. Instead, the wrist-worn band measures activity with a points-based system, as well as sleep and body fat percentage.
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