Who would have thought it: Epson has revealed their very first fitness tracker at CES 2015 in Las Vegas.

For a company better know for its printers and projectors, at least in the consumer sphere, this is a pretty big deal. The image that you see above is one of Epson’s entries into the wearable technology arena, the RunSense GPS watch.

These are similar to Garmin’s range of GPS-enabled devices, in that it’ll track your run in terms of where you actually went as well as, depending on the model, your altitude, heart-rate, or stride, as well as how much distance you’ve covered and how quickly you did it.

The company has also launched a new golf-swing analyser, for those who need to get a little more distance out of their drive without curving the ball into the rough. The M-Tracer MT500GTII, as it is known, will be launching overseas in March this year.

Source: Engadget

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