A couple of weeks ago, Adidas announced their entry into the smartwatch industry, with a smartwatch that promised to be very sports focused, in typical Adidas style. A number of new details have surfaced about that watch, which is being named that Adidas miCoach Smart Run watch. Here’s a run down on what it will have to offer.
The Adidas miCoach Smart Run is set to have a number of great features. First of all, it will have GPS mapping, so you are able to map out the route you take, as well as being able to see where you are. Like many other fitness trackers, the watch also has the ability to track your heart rate and play music to any set of Bluetooth headphones.
One of the great things about the miCoach Smart Run is its integration with their online storage system. Combining the features outlined above with an online data monitoring system could prove to be a real winner.
Another winning feature on the miCoach Smart Run is that fact that it does not need to be connected to a smart phone in order to work properly. This online data can then be viewed on your phone via the Adidas miCoach app, which will be available on iOS, Android, and Windows Phone 8.
Adidas has also made a winner in the fact that the device can coach you in your running. The device can guide you through your running session, and if you’re connected to a Bluetooth headset, it can deliver this information straight to your ear.
The Adidas miCoach is set to be released on November 1st for a price of $399. While this is rather expensive, the device is different from any other, and could provide the set of features that you need, especially if you’re a runner.