The TalkBand Huawei, Perhaps the most useful smartphone on the market, is now offered for sale at a pretty good price
Many of us still find it difficult to justify the investment of a few hundred (or several thousand) shekels in a smart clock that at best offers the capabilities of a smartphone more convenient and accessible, and in a slightly less good case does what the smartphone can do but in a more faltering way. This may explain why they have come up with smart wearable devices that purport to offer some added value, beyond being a particularly prestigious means of counting steps.
One example is Huawei's TalkBand B2 - Smart watch (Or a smart bracelet, depending on how you look at it) which is actually a wireless Bluetooth headset. The central middle part of the watch is pulled out of place, revealing the adapter that goes into the ear and becomes a compact and formatted headset, which is also a little "smarter" from its friends thanks to a screen that can give you relevant information such as ringing identity, remaining battery capacity and the like.
With all due respect to the application of the headset, the really interesting part of TalkBand B2 is its operation as a wearable, of course. Well, system Android Wear you will not find here, but you will find a rectangular 0.73 inch PMOLED screen that will be connected to your smartphone (iPhone or Android) Bluetooth And can show you the identity of the callers (and also allow you to answer or return to them, of course), messages, activity data capacity, Sleep tracking data, and more. Battery life is supposed to provide about six impressive days, and IP57 water and dust resistance will ensure that the TalkBand B2 survives real-life everyday wear as a "standard" watch replacement.
Monitoring sleep and sleep cycles, finding the smartphone connected to it, and tracking various sports activities - these are just some of the capabilities of the TalkBand B2 as a smart watch
The TalkBand B2 can now be purchased at a pretty bad price of 130 dollars (about NIS 490 in direct conversion) in a silver or black version with a rubber band - or at 150 dollars (NIS 566 in direct conversion) in gold version with leather strap . In both cases, you will pay an additional amount of $ 3.28 for shipping to Israel, which should not prevent the matter from being an equal deal for anyone who needs both a smart wearable device and a headset. what do you think?
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