Take your fitness to the next level, scorch calories, and train your best with Motorola's MOTOACTV?—the ultimate fusion of music and fitness. MOTOACTV is a small and lightweight wristband that tracks your performance and plays music. You are able to sync the device up to your PC to see which beats you perform best to and track your workouts. Push yourself during your next workout, create a playlist with songs that you perform well to, and reach your fitness goals.
MOTOACTV features a sports 1.6" full-color touch-screen display, which makes searching for music, workouts, stats, run pace, or miles easy to find. The device uses Motorola AccuSense? technology and GPS, which allows you to measure your time, distance, speed, heart rate, and calories burned. With all this information on one device, it's easier for you to reach your fitness or weight-loss goals faster and more efficiently.
"Work out smarter without using multiple devices or even wires, with the first multi-activity music and fitness tracking device with the brains to push you beyond your limits," says Sanjay Jha, chairman and chief executive officer of Motorola Mobility.
Whether you're out hiking or at the gym, take the MOTOACTV to track any workout. Plus, you can choose where to wear the device; on your wrist, around your arm, clip on your shirt, or mount on your bike.
The MOTOACTV also allows you to stay connected to your Android? with the Motorola wireless SF700 headphones or wired SF500 sport headphones—so you can answer phone calls and receive text messages.
Other features include:
- 8GB or 16GB storage
- Bluetooth? capabilities
- Sweat-proof, rain-resistant, and scratch-proof
- Corning? Gorilla? Glass that auto-adjusts for indoor or outdoor lighting
- FM radio capabilities
- Up to five hours battery life for outdoor workouts, 10 hour battery life for indoor workouts
Available at: Motorola.com, Amazon.com, Bestbuy.com?, REI.com, and Sportsauthority.com.
Price: 8GB is $249 and $299 for the 16GB.
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Fara Rosenzweig is the fitness editor for active.com.