Fitbit's New Fitness Tracker for Kids Leaks in Different Colour Options

Fitbit Inspire Inspire HR Fitness Trackers Quietly Launched Meant for Business Users

Fitbit Inspire Inspire HR Fitness Trackers Quietly Launched Meant for Business Users

Fitbit recently launched its two new fitness trackers - Fitbit Inspire and Inspire HR, both of which are aimed at business users. Called Inspire HR, the device has all the features from the basic Inspire, but it comes with a heart rate tracker that works 24/7.

Price details of the product have not been mentioned as yet as it may vary between employers and service providers but Fitbit clarified that the Inspire it its cheapest product as yet. There's a small touchscreen that displays the time and other information.

The Fitbit Inspire ships in "Black" and "Sangria" colours, whereas the Fitbit Inspire HR comes in "Black", "White/Black", and "Lilac" colour options.

As their names suggest, the Inspire HR features a heart rate monitor, while the stock Inspire lacks this feature. A clip accessory is sold separately though.

"These special release trackers are available exclusively through Fitbit corporate, wellness, health plan, and health systems partners and customers of their organizations, participants, and members", the company explains on its marketing page. Images of the upcoming fitness tracker have appeared online, which looks like a fitness tracker meant for kids in blue and pink colour options.

Given that nothing substantial is known about this upcoming fitness tracker, it's unlikely to get launched before the end of Q2 2019. The Ace fitness tracker includes activity and sleep tracking along with five-day battery life. Following the company's return to profitability past year, the goal of expanding their corporate deals is likely a smart one, with consumers becoming more interested in full-fledged smartwatches with health features, and less with simpler fitness trackers.

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