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Matrix lance sa PowerWatch X et remporte la compétition Last Gadget Standing au salon CES

Matrix Industries a dévoilé pour la première fois en novembre 2016, sur Indiegogo, la Matrix PowerWatch, une montre intelligente alimentée par électricité qui ne nécessite aucun chargement. Après une formidable adhésion de la part des consommateurs, près de 10 fois supérieure à son objectif, Matrix a annoncé le lancement de son nouveau modèle PowerWatch X, et a remporté la prestigieuse compétition Last Gadget Standing du CES.

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Power Watch X (Photo: Business Wire)

Power Watch X (Photo: Business Wire)

Présentant un design plus agressif et de plus grande taille, le nouveau modèle X bénéficie d'une capacité de production thermoélectrique supérieure et permet d'accueillir de nouvelles fonctionnalités, parmi lesquelles un moteur vibrant pour les alertes et les notifications, que les consommateurs avaient été nombreux à réclamer. Par ailleurs, grâce à un boîtier plus imposant, la PowerWatch X est quatre fois plus solide et elle offre un degré de résistance à l'eau jusqu'à 200 mètres de profondeur, ce qui en fait la montre intelligente la plus robuste au monde.

La PowerWatch et la PowerWatch X s'appuient sur l'ingénierie thermique et les tous derniers composants électroniques à faible puissance, qui leur permettent d'être alimentées exclusivement par la chaleur générée par le corps. Ces technologies permettent une mesure précise des calories brûlées, offrant un compteur avancé des activités, du sommeil et, aspect encore plus unique, de l'énergie, indiquant la quantité d'énergie produite par l'utilisateur. Toutes ces fonctionnalités ont permis à Matrix de remporter la compétition Last Gadget Standing du CES, événement présenté par Living in Digital Times, auquel ont participé cette année plus de 1 100 sociétés.

La Matrix PowerWatch X est disponible en précommande pour une durée limitée sur Indiegogo. Elle sera commercialisée à un tarif de 249,99 USD et sera expédiée à partir du mois d'octobre 2017. Durant les trois jours restants de la campagne, Matrix la propose à un tarif de 159 USD en durée limitée, jusqu'à l'achèvement de la campagne dans deux jours. Pour en savoir plus : Matrixindustries.com

À propos de la PowerWatch :

Fabriquée à partir d'un aluminium robuste de qualité aéronautique, la montre intelligente se synchronise sans fil avec votre smartphone, s'ajuste automatiquement à votre fuseau horaire actuel, et suit avec précision vos activités, votre sommeil, vos calories et l'énergie que vous générez. La Matrix PowerWatch est dotée d'un écran à haut contraste et d'une sangle en nylon de qualité militaire. Elle résiste à l'eau jusqu'à 50 mètres de profondeur. C'est la seule montre intelligente au monde à disposer d'un compteur qui indique l'énergie générée.

À propos de Matrix Industries :

Matrix est un pionnier de la technologie de récupération d'énergie thermoélectrique pour les applications industrielles et grand public. La plateforme brevetée de récupération d'énergie de la Société intègre des nanomatériaux révolutionnaires et une technologie d'ingénierie thermique. Elle permet aux produits de fonctionner sans exiger de piles remplaçables ni de sources d'alimentation externes. À l'inverse, la plateforme offre également des applications de refroidissement très efficaces.

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