There is a question about whether civilisation will ever reach the point of technological saturation. That is a silly question because capitalism fuels technological innovation and that person is dead because science hasn’t reached the stage to make someone an immortal.
Still, technology continues to build and we have the stuff to keep us, if not immortal, then at least, living longer. Fitbit, the leader in activity tracking, released the Versa 3 that’s an improvement of its previous model.
Versa 3 has your health and fitness concerns covered: you want oxygen saturation monitoring? You got it. How about deets of an outdoor exercise you’ve just done? There’s an in-app workout intensity map that allows you to check where you put in the most effort on your route. It's the collection of data that helps you adjust your diet or exercise routine for a healthier lifestyle.
Your movements are being observed 24/7 thanks to the Versa 3's all-day activity-tracking feature that accounts for steps, distance and floors climbed, making sure every little motion matters. It's kinda like Big Brother, but a gentler and kinder one who looks out for your health and won't use your locations in a criminal case.
But you want an activity tracker to also track your work life as well. So other than the Amazon’s Alexa, you’ll now have the option to have Google Assistant for easier iterations and workflow—set reminders, check the weather, control your smart home devices, or just having someone to talk to if you’re feeling lonely.
When it comes to the aesthetics, there’s more to the black, pink clay and midnight colourways; you can switch out the band accessory with brands like Pendleton, an American outdoor label, and Victor Glemaud that does leisurewear and statement knits.
The Fitbit Versa 3 retails for SGD378 and is available at major retail stores including Best Denki, Challenger, Courts, E-Gadget, Gain City and Harvey Norman as well as online sites like fitbit.com