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Here’s the smartwatch New Balance and Intel have been working on
– Take the spec list, for starters: It’s largely the same as other watches on the market.Under the hood there’s 512MB of RAM plus 4GB of built-in storage, all tucked behind a 1.39-inch AMOLED display.On the underside of the case, you’ll find an optical heart-rate monitor, which works alongside a gyroscope and accelerometer. .
Get Ready for the Best New PCs for the New Year with New 7th Generation Intel Core Processors
– By Navin ShenoyIn August 2016, Intel introduced the first products in the 7th Gen Intel® Core™ processor family that provided leading performance and rich experiences for the new, immersive internet.Since August we’ve seen over 90 OEM systems ship to the market.Today, we welcome the rest of the family. .
New Balance, Intel reveal RunIQ Android Wear smartwatch
– New Balance, Intel reveal RunIQ Android Wear smartwatchAt CES 2017 this week, running shoe company New Balance revealed its first fitness-focused smartwatch, the RunIQ.Designed in partnership with Intel, the wearable is powered by Google’s Android Wear software and pairs common smartwatch functionality with a number of running-centric features.Priced at $300, the RunIQ is available for pre-order now and is scheduled to begin shipping on February 1st. .
Intel and New Balance reveal new $299 RunIQ smartwatch; runs on Android Wear and Intel Atom
– New Balance is getting into the smartwatch game with a little help from Intel.The shoemaker today announced RunIQ, a new $299 smartwatch that is engineered and powered by Intel technology, including its Atom processor.The device, available for pre-order on Thursday and sold at retailers starting Feb. 1, runs on Android Wear. .