The amped up second-generation Liquid Leap+ is a fitness wrist band that takes from where the original Liquid Leap left. Aesthetically, it is difficult to tell the difference between the two and the likes of Jawbone, FitBit and Samsung that are available in the market. It utilizes Bluetooth 4.0LE and is available in a variety of colors such as green and pink.
At the very onset, it looks like the cheap plastic strap and experts have told that it seems difficult to use it with no button and diminutive 1-inch OLED screen. With an IPx7 rating, it can stand the test of water up to 30 minutes for 3 feet but you still cannot take it to the swimming pool. It can fetch notifications off your smartphone, though. The screen can also control the music playback.
Acer Liquid Leap+ will be available in Africa, Europe and the Middle East for $88. So, for people who want a fitness tracker or trying their hands for the first time on a fitness tracker, it is the perfect value-for-money proposition without paying a fortune and then realizing that they are not going to use it.