By: The Mobile Indian network, The Mobile Indian, New Delhi
Last updated : September 12, 2017 10:50 am
The smartwatch gives the convenience of the fitness tracker as it allows users to track their daily activities and reminds them to hydrate time to time.
Ambrane India, known as the leading portable power bank manufacturer, has launched its latest smartwatch ASW-11 at a price of Rs 1,999 in India. The smartwatch is available in all leading retail and e-tail stores.
The Ambrane ASW-11 smartwatch is capable of accepting or rejecting the calls on your smartphone and one can even snooze an alarm. The smartwatch is capable of setting reminders and manage the to-do list. For fitness freaks, the watch gives the convenience of the fitness tracker as it allows users to track their daily activities, and reminds users to hydrate time to time. ASW-11 comes with a sleep pattern monitor, which can be accessed via smartphone.
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Ambrane ASW-11 features a high-resolution LCD display and one touch Bluetooth connectivity. The company claims, Ambrane ASW-11 battery to run for days on a single charge. When the watch is not connected to a smartphone, it works as a standalone digital watch.
Gaurav Dureja, Director Ambrane India Pvt. Ltd. said, “Very recently Ambrane entered the Wearable Market, however in a very short span of time, we have received a strong response from the Market. Our newest ‘ASW-11 Smartwatch’ is designed for the smarter needs of today’s generation. Devised for those on the go, this watch would replace your many expensive watches from the Case and also play the role of the fitness tracker.”
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