Google-owned Fitbit has unveiled three new products at once: the Inspire 3 activity tracker and Versa 4 and Sense 2 smartwatches.
Let’s start with the Inspire 3. The company itself calls it fun and easy to use. This is an entry-level device with an autonomy of up to 10 days and a price of $100. Considering that the main market for Fitbit is the United States, where there are no cheap Xiaomi, Realme and other Chinese brands familiar to us, $ 100 is the usual price for an inexpensive tracker.
Inspire 3 is able to track the user’s basic activity, heart rate, blood oxygenation and sleep. There are functions of a timer, an alarm clock and everything else that should be in such a device. There is water protection (50 ATM).
Sense 2 and Versa 4, like the previous models of their respective lines, are quite similar to each other, and it’s not just about appearance. Both models can monitor activity, sleep, heart rate, display messages from a smartphone, and much more. Since both models run Fitbit OS, their main features are completely identical.
Their autonomy should also be approximately the same at the level of six days. There is a quick charge that will add a day of work in just 12 minutes. The watch has its own GPS module.
Model Versa 4, as stated in a press release, focused on sports. Sense 2 also offers an electrodermal activity sensor to track stress levels, a skin temperature sensor, and an ECG sensor. At the same time, of course, Sense 2 also knows how to track sports activity, that is, in fact, Sense 2 is just a more advanced version of Versa 4.
The Versa 4 is priced at $230 and the Sense 2 is $300.