Yawn, not another activity tracker. Wise up, you lazy slob, the Atlas is different. It will dig deep into your x-, y- and z-axes to work out your workout.
Unlike its fellow fitness bands in the market, the Atlas has a sizeable screen that displays information in real time as you weight lift your way to Hulk bulk. We hate it when we forget the number of laps we’ve done in the pool (was it two or three?), so the Atlas’ display breakdown of type, speed and quality of exercises comes in handy to help the person focus on his workout.
Unlike other glorified pedometers, the waterproof Atlas boasts an accuracy that pinpoints if you’re doing your push-up or triangle push-up correctly. That's it, no more fluffing the routine. That was a fail, please repeat.
Aside from hosting a detailed analysis on its homegrown app for when you get off the treadmill, it plays well with other fitness apps like MapMyFitness and Fitocracy, and paves the way for more via its open API.
Starts from US$179 (S$230) in limited quantity, so pledge your allegiance fast.