Motorola Motoactv – The Ultimate Fitness Device Powered by Android

Sanjana November 22, 2011 0

Presenting before you Motoactv from Motorola the ultimate blend of music and fitness. Transform your workouts with a sophisticated fitness tracker, smart music player and a revolutionary training system. Push up your energy levels as its lightweight and stylish comfort gets you going. Gives you the ultimate feeling of your own mobile personal trainer plus DJ as you walk, run or bike.

motoactv android deviceMotoactv comes with a storage capacity of 8GB or 16GB that can hold up to 4000 songs. Its music player creates a high performance track list based on the result of your performance against your music. Also comes with a built-in FM radio so that you never miss the latest scores , breaking news, or the hottest tracks.

motorola motoactv1You can now listen to your groovy tracks and monitor your heart rate. For that, you just need to pair your Motoactv with the SF500 headphones for a comfortable strap-free experience or with the SF700 Blue tooth headphones. Motoactv’s Accusense sensors and GPS also track your distance, speed, pace, heart rate calories burned and map of route covered.motoactv android device mapYou can sync Motoactv with your Android smart phone via your stereo Blue tooth enabled headphones to answer calls and receive texts. It also provides for automatic wireless bluetooth motoactvsyncing of workout data to MOTOACTV.com’s training system, to analyze your performance and set new goals, via WI-Fi with your Motorola Android Smart phone. Motoactv supports Blue tooth 4.0 and ANT plus wireless connectivity. It features up to five hours of battery life for outdoor workouts, ten hours for indoors and two weeks on the standby.

The device comes at a price of $249 for 8GB and at $299 for 16GB.The device is yet to launch in the US in November and in Latin America and Europe in 2012 and the exclusive launch carrier will be Verizon Wireless. So stay tuned to us till we provide you with any further information.

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