Following the company's return to profitability previous year, the goal of expanding their corporate deals is likely a smart one, with consumers becoming more interested in full-fledged smartwatches with health features, and less with simpler fitness trackers. The basic version simply tracks steps and delivers basic phone notifications, while a more advanced version - the Inspire HR - adds heart-rate monitoring and exercise modes to the mix, along with the option to piggyback off phone Global Positioning System for accurate run tracking. There's a small touchscreen that displays the time and other information.More news: Georgiev’s 55 saves to help Rangers end Maple Leafs win streak
On the official site, the Fitbit Inspire looks an very bad lot like the Fitbit Charge series, although that's at least in part down to the fact that there's actually only a handful of ways a wearable can look right now.
Fitbit Inspire's HR variant includes heart rate tracking and a couple of other features.More news: Soundarya Rajinikanth's three most important men in life
The Fitbit Inspire ships in "Black" and "Sangria" colours, whereas the Fitbit Inspire HR comes in "Black", "White/Black", and "Lilac" colour options. Both the fitness bands can be worn on the wrist or can be used as clips.
Fitbit has pushed out a new fitness tracker model, it's emerged, but it's not one you can actually buy - the new Fitbit Inspire is aimed at businesses and insurance companies rather than the consumer market. A handful of pictures leaked by TechnoBuffalo reveal what appears to be a kid-friendly fitness tracker.More news: EPL: Pogba breaks record with brace against Fulham