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VIDONN X5: The low cost sport bracelet (40$)

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1st April 2014, 09:00 AM   |  #1  
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Product features:
1. The first smart bracelet with OLED,recording sports data daytime and sleeping data in night to guide healthy living.
2. Host comes with a standard USB port, special design to charge through connecting PC and mobile driver.
3. Designed with IP67 for good waterproof performance.
4. Computers and Android dual-mode synchronous data.Host syncs via wireless bluetooth, also PC via USB
5. Silent vibrate mode will wake you up in the quite morning.
6. It's very slight only 20g and ignore its existence after waring.
7. Supports Bluetooth 4.0 technology, computers and Android dual-mode synchronous data.Host syncs via wireless bluetooth, also PC via USB
8. Upgrade conveniently, exciting features continue to be increased.

Android and PC app:

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1.- castleman
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And... someone also have this tech-toy?

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