Zeaplus borrowed a few design cues from the Apple Watch with its Zeaplus Watch. It has turned its eye to another company for its new Zeaplus Watch DM360. This latest smartwatch bears an uncanny resemblance to the Motorola Moto 360. But whereas the Moto 360 still sells for US$179.99 (CA$229.99) after its recent price cut, the Zeaplus model sells for almost half of that.
Zeaplus has gone as far as “borrowing” one of the Moto 360’s most distinctive watch faces if images are any indication.
Zeaplus Watch DM360 specifications:
- Processor: Mediatek MTK2502A
- Operating system: Proprietary
- Cellular connectivity: None
- Other connectivity: Bluetooth 4.0
- Display: 1.22-inch (240×240) touchscreen
- RAM: 32MB
- Internal storage: 128MB
- Sensors: Pedometer, heart monitor, sleep monitor
- Battery: 320mAh
- Dimensions: 42.5 × 42.5 × 12.5 millimeters
- Weight: 56 grams
- Colours: Silver, Black, Gold
- Other: Dust and water resistant (IP 67 rating), stainless steel case
While the specifications list a completely round display with a resolution of 240 by 240 pixels, the Zeaplus Watch DM360 appears to have the same black bar at the bottom of the display as the Moto 360. While product images don’t show it, the promotional video above shows it at the 1:38 mark.
The activity tracker is fairly standard. It records steps taken as well as calories burned and your sleeping patterns. It will also remind you to get up and be active if you are sedentary for more than 40 minutes to address “the early phenomena of death from overwork.
With support for English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish, the Zeaplus Watch DM360 is available for US$99 (about CA$120).
Source : Zeaplus