Mio Slice Fitness Tracker with Heart Rate Monitor

Mio's Slice fitness tracker is finally out just a year after it was announced, the tracker came along with a new app and hardware that is designed for group fitness sessions. The Slice is an activity band aiming to give you a more accurate idea of your exertion each day, it focuses on heart rate data instead of steps.

The Mio Slice capture your heart rate data all day and translate it into your PAI score. PAI, or Personal Activity Intelligence, is a revolutionary new metric that tracks your body’s response to all of your physical activity and gives you actionable feedback that is scientifically proven to help you maintain a top-notch health profile and maximize your lifespan.

SLICE also offers other features such as sleep tracking, calories burned, smartphone notifications and all from a stylish water-resistant wristband with simple, one-button operation.
It's also unveiling the Link 2, a heart rate monitoring module that's designed to be worn on the wrist, forearm, or the upper arm, capable of monitoring heart rate data for 20 hours and store 30 hours of data syncing with the PAI app. Health and fitness apps will also be able to integrate the PAI data.

Mio Slice Fitness Tracker - Features
  • Personal Activity Intelligence (view your PAI score directly on the SLICE)
  • Accurate, continuous all-day heart rate monitoring
  • Track steps, distance, and calories burned
  • Sleep tracking and resting heart rate
  • Smartphone notifications
  • Water resistant up to 30 meters/100 feet/3 ATM
  • 5 days of battery life
  • One week of activity memory
  • Wireless connectivity to Mio PAI app and other popular fitness apps
The Mio Slice is currently available for purchase for $129. You can pick one up now from Amazon. However, the Link 2 module is set to be available in late 2017.
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