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Fitbit Charge 3 review: Peppering a fitness tracker with smartwatch powers
2018-10-12T11:30:39+00:00 - Valentina Palladino / Ars Technica
But fitness trackers aren't dead—or at least, Fitbit hopes they aren't—and the company's new Charge 3 tracker is designed for users who want some smartwatch features in a fitness tracker's simple-band package. But the Ionic, the first of Fitbit's devices to include an SpO2 monitor, came out more than one year ago. Like other Fitbit devices, the Charge 3 takes little effort to set up. Valentina PalladinoValentina PalladinoValentina PalladinoValentina PalladinoValentina PalladinoValentina PalladinoValentina PalladinoValentina PalladinoValentina PalladinoValentina PalladinoValentina PalladinoThe first day: daily activity and sleepThe Charge 3 works continuously throughout the day to track steps, distance, calories, floors climbed, and heart rate—the standard array of activity data. This device is the first tracker to go beyond the basic call, text, and calendar alerts that most Fitbit trackers can receive.

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