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The company, owned by Intel, aims to have this new wearable available for purchase in the US from November. Peak is compatible with iPhones and iPads and emphasizes on health and fitness, sporting numerous features including the ability to keep track of steps, calories, heart rate, skin temperature and more. If you've yet to see a wearable to purchase, Intel's attempt may well fit the bill. Bluetooth LE is supported for pairing with connected smartphones and tablets. But, before you get excited about replacing that smartwatch you currently wear, the Peak doesn't support email and SMS notifications – features available in other competing fitness apparel. M.androidcentral. The smartwatch or smartband is apparently old hat to a company called MOTA, which announced today an upcoming product called the MOTA SmartRing, which it says will provide mobile app notifications on a device that can fit on a finger.
The SmartRing can offer alerts for text messages, incoming calls, calendar alerts and more. MOTA says: "Users decide for themselves exactly who they want to talk with and which events they wish to be updated about. The SmartRing displays notifications in text form, with users able scroll through words at the speed they wish.