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Fitbit unveils long-awaited successors to Charge and Flex fitness trackers - Telegraph.co.uk

Fitbit, the world's biggest seller of activity trackers, has stepped up its efforts in wearable technology with a new range of fitness bands as companies prepare to descend on Europe's biggest tech show. The company has unveiled two successors to its ...and more »

Fitbit Charge 2 - PC Magazine

Large display. Built-in continuous heart rate monitor. Automatically tracks activities, calories, distance, steps, stairs, and sleep. Delivers idle alerts. Relax mode leads deep-breathing exercises. Supports interval training. Interchangeable bands ...and more »

Inside Fitbit's Quest to Make Fitness Trackers Invisible - WIRED

Three wooden boxes are just sitting here, unopened, on a large conference room table inside Fitbit's San Francisco offices. Initially, I had assumed the boxes contained the company's two new trackers, the Flex 2 and Charge 2. But Michael Polin, one of ...and more »

Fitbit Charge 2 Review: This Redesigned Tracker Shines - Tom's Guide

A refreshed design, larger screen and enhanced activity capabilities make the Fitbit Charge 2 an excellent midrange fitness tracker. 8/10. Totally worth it. $149.95 Amazon. After the somewhat lackluster launch of the Alta and Blaze, Fitbit is returning ...and more »

Fitbit Flex 2 and Charge 2 hands-on: Sweating in style - Yahoo Finance

Fitbit is synonymous with fitness trackers. Heck, chances are your uncle Ted calls the tracker he got in a McDonald's Happy Meal a Fitbit. And now the company, Fitbit, not McDonald's, is rolling out two new versions of its most popular trackers: the ...and more »

Fitbit's Most Popular Fitness Band is Getting an Update - TIME

Fitbit is launching a new version of its Charge fitness tracker that will incorporate a larger screen, a heart rate monitor, new software features, and more customization options, the company announced on Monday. The Fitbit Charge 2 will sell for $149 ...and more »

Fitbit's new Charge brings much-welcomed features without breaking much ground - TechCrunch

Fitbit's run has been an impressive one. Hard to believe, really, that the company only started life nine or so years back. In under a decade, it's become a household name, synonymous with an entire space, even as nearly every hardware manufacturer ...and more »

At The Heart Of Fitbit's New Features: Your Heart - Fast Company

With its Charge 2 band's cardio and breathing offerings, Fitbit is putting its years-in-the-making PurePulse sensor to work in new ways. [Photos: courtesy of Fitbit]. 1/6 [Photos: courtesy of Fitbit]. By Harry McCracken 8 minute Read. Behind a wall of ...and more »

Fitbit shows off two new devices, and more fashionable watches - CNBC

Fitbit is spending more than ever on building new products, and finally has something to show for it: two new fitness trackers in a range of fashionable styles, software updates and accessories for its smartwatches, and new in-app features. show ...and more »

Fitbit's still moving and shaking with new Flex 2 and Charge 2 - New Atlas

Fitbit just launched new generations of its popular Charge and Flex wristbands without increasing their price points. The Flex 2 has been made smaller and swimproof; the Charge 2 received a facelift, more heart rate tracking capabilities and improved ...and more »