We’ve seen leak after leak of the Fitbit Charge 5, but now it’s officially official. And it looks awesome. On paper, it looks like what you’d get if you took Fitbit’s top-end Sense watch and crammed its guts into a tracker. Oh, and then slashed the price in half.
It has a lot of what you get from the Sense, including ECG and EDM sensors, so it can do electrocardiograms on the fly and track your stress levels as you live life. It also does the other fitness stuff you’d expect—24/7 heart rate tracking, sleep score, and more. At $180, it seems like a great deal. We should be getting one for review soon, but in the meantime, you can get all the details at the top post.
Fitbit just announced the Charge 5, a fitness band with a full-color display and several features that were once exclusive to Fitbit’s smartwatches. And just as leaks suggested, Fitbit is using the Charge 5 fitness band to debut Daily Readiness, a new Premium feature that suggests workouts based on your activity, sleep, and heart rate. Read More »
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This week Porsche announced the newly improved 2022 Porsche Taycan with several upgrades, better tech, and a slew of colors options, including a hot new pink variant. In addition, the 2022 Taycan and Taycan Cross Turismo electric vehicles are coming to US dealerships later this year, starting at $81,250. Read More »
If you use the Microsoft Office Android apps on your Chromebook, then you may receive a message warning you to use the Office website for all your documents, slideshows, and spreadsheets. That’s because Microsoft plans to end Chromebook support for its Office Android apps on September 18th. Read More »
In between jam sessions, you need a nice place to store your guitar so it’s out of the way yet ready to pick up and play again any time. This guitar stand is the perfect simple accessory for your music room, as it’s small yet sturdy and doesn’t take up much room. It’s height adjustable, fitting acoustic, electric, and classical guitars, along with basses, mandolins, banjos, ukuleles, and other similar stringed instruments. Both the yoke and the neck are constructed with a safe padding that won’t hurt the finish, and the stand is collapsible for easy transporting.
When you want to commit to a daily workout regiment, a Fitbit tracker can help keep you accountable. But the newest Fitbit Premium feature might tell you to skip leg day. Daily Readiness Scores, now available for Premium subscribers, uses your activity, sleep, and heart rate metrics to suggest an appropriate workout or a day of rest. Read More »
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