Casio’s taken its time with the wearable game – and while its embraced complete smartwatches with the ProTrek WSD-F20 Android Wear watch – the company has unveiled its first hybrid exercise tracking watch at CES 2018. The business dubs plenty of its own watches like hybrids, though this is probably the first example we have seen of a design, which includes traditional watch hands, lacks an electronic display and has genuine smarts under the hood.he G Shock GBA-800 is mainly an analog watch, and comes in six daring colors. At a first for Casio, the GBA-800 includes a 3 axis accelerometer, that will measure steps and calories expended off from the movement of your arm.
You may set targets inside the program, and advancement is displayed through the small screen put at 2 o’clock. The dial fills to display the percent completed. Measure data will also be shown on the bigger screen, placed in the bottom of the watch face. It’s barely a physical fitness tracking experience which will give Fitbit a run for his money, but it is a neat and simple addition to some G Shock line-up that is getting smarter. The business also showed off its Rangeman G Shock GPR-B1000 with GPS navigation and solar charging. We may see the G Shock GBA-800, making nicely for Casio.
There is plenty of evidence out there from the likes of Fossil that clients are responsive and famished for smart features. What is more, the GBA-800 is not as frighteningly big, and the daring colors are fun. We’re fans of Casio’s hybrid. We do not yet have a confirmed release date or price for the GBA-800, but we know it’ll follow the release of Rangeman in April.