Microsoft Band Photo Gallery

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Microsoft introduced the Microsoft Band fitness tracker for US$ 199 few weeks back. We brought you the unboxing of the Microsoft Band recently, here we have the photo gallery of the smartband.

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It has a 1.3 x 0.43-inch,320 x 106-pixel TFT LCD touch screen display. On the front there is a microphone that lets you speak out voice commands since it has Cortana integration. The Microsoft Band works with Windows Phone 8.1, Android and iOS devices. If you receive a call, you can reply using text or dismiss an incoming call. You can also reply to a message instantly with a standard quick response.

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It comes in small (39mm), medium (41mm) and large (49mm) sides, and the strap is fixed. Apart from fitness tracking, it also offers automatic sleep tracking. Since it has built-in GPS, it lets you map the routes you’ve run, biked, or hiked.

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The band is sweat, splash and water-resistant, but it is not completely water-proof, so you can’t wear it when you are swimming. It has Galvanic Skin Response (GSR) or skin temperature sensor and a UV sensor to measure UV radiation.

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It has two 100mAh rechargeable Lithium ion batteries on the sides of the band, hence it is huge and weighs 60 grams. There are two buttons on the sides.

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The charging connector is present on the back of the display.

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There is a heart rate sensor at the other end of the strap that offers 24-hour heart rate tracking. It is currently on sale only in the US, but the company plans to expand to other countries in coming months.

Author: Srivatsan Sridhar

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