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MyKronoz upgrades its smartwatch and fitness tracker range

Swiss-based MyKronoz has announced a refresh of its wearable tech range at MWC 2019. The company also unveiled its first wireless headphones, the ZePods.

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The newly launched smartwatches and fitness trackers include the ZeTrack, ZeNeo, ZeRound3 Lite and ZeRound 3. These are entry level, budget friendly wearables that are priced between €29.90 (around $40) and €99.90 ($130). The most high spec of the lot is the ZeRound3. This is a stylish connected smartwatch with an AMOLED display, 3-axis accelerometer, gyroscope and optical heart rate sensor.

MyKronoz upgrades its smartwatch and fitness tracker range

The wearables are launching in March and April. They join the ZeSport 2, ZePop and ZeTime 2 which are already available. You can check out the full specs of the new fitness trackers and smartwatches below.

MyKronoz upgrades its smartwatch and fitness tracker range

MyKronoz is also venturing into the wireless headphone space for the first time, with the launch of ZePods. The Bluetooth 5.0 enabled buds come in a number of colors including black, white, pink, red, green and blue. They offer up to 5 hours of playtime, a USB-C charging case which provides another 15 hours worth of charge, intuitive touch controls and more.

MyKronoz upgrades its smartwatch and fitness tracker range

ZePods will be priced at a reasonable €79.90 ($105) when they start selling later this year. In addition to the regular version, you can also pick up the ZePods+ which come with a Qi-certified wireless charging case. The more advanced model costs €99.90 ($130).

“Building on our Swiss DNA for design and our strong background in wearable technology, we believe that MyKronoz has a tremendous opportunity to seize in the flourishing market of wireless earbuds,” said Boris Brault, MyKronoz Founder and CEO.

The launch of ZePods appears as a natural and strategic evolution for our company to leverage expertise in developing affordable consumer-driven products and diversify to offer a full ecosystem.”

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Marko Maslakovic

Marko founded Gadgets & Wearables in 2014, having worked for more than 15 years in the City of London’s financial district. Since then, he has led the company’s charge to become a leading information source on health and fitness gadgets and wearables.

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