Indian IoT company Smartron has launched its first wearable in the country called tband for Rs. 4,999. It comes with a silicone strap and a stainless steel buckle, but as a launch offer, users can also get the tband with an additional premium leather strap. The wearable is available in black color and will be sold exclusively via Flipkart starting May 13. The tband features heart rate, ECG, and blood pressure monitoring capabilities to uniquely measure fatigue and stress. It is bundled with the thealth app which allows users to track calories, running distance, and sleeping patterns. It features 4MB of RAM and a 100mAh battery which can run for two days straight on a single charge. The wearable is powered by an MTK2523/MTK2511 processor. Sensors on the tband include a three-axis accelerometer, ECG monitor, and an optical heart rate monitor.
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