Acer’s new Leap Ware tracks Ultraviolet ray exposure, too
Along with all the plethora of personal and gaming machines, Acer has introduced today comes a new wearable: the Liquid Leap Ware that touts to read your environment’s ultraviolet ray exposure.
Powered by a Mediatek wearable chip and protected against bumps by a Corning Gorilla Glass SR cover, the Leap Ware touts that it can survive a torrential downpour and an immediate source of light with a LED light that illuminates by a touch of a button, as well as three to five days of battery life. Users can track their health information on the device with the Acer Liquid App, both available on Android and iOS.
Acer Leap Ware key specs:
1.1-inch round LCD display
Corning Gorilla Glass SR
Mediatek MT2523D chipset
Mediatek MT2511 bio-sensing chip
Heart rate sensor
IPX7 water resistance
3-5 days battery life
The Acer Leap Ware will be available starting this July in North America with a $139 price tag, or roughly Php7,000 when converted.