Garmin Venu 2 Plus and Vivomove Sport: Not simply health anymore

Garmin simply launched two new smartwatches at CES 2022: the Venu 2 Plus and the Vivomove Sport. Traditionally making watches that cater to health buffs, Garmin is increasing their merchandise to be extra like common smartwatches, competing with the likes of Apple and Samsung.

Garmin Venu 2 Plus

The Venu 2 launched in April 2021 and the brand new Venu 2 Plus actually improves on the earlier mannequin. The most important addition to the machine is the voice perform, with the watch having a speaker and microphone now. Not solely does this imply that you should utilize voice assistants, however most significantly, you may have calls instantly on the Venu 2 Plus. Garmin doesn’t have their very own voice assistant, so the machine simply makes use of the assistant in your telephone.





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Design-wise, the Venu 2 Plus positively seems to be like a Garmin. It’s cumbersome, however nonetheless seems to be fairly refined. The show is round and the display screen options an AMOLED show with elective always-on mode. There is just one dimension at 43mm and it has a battery lifetime of about 9 days in smartwatch mode and eight hours whereas utilizing GPS and music. Ten minutes of charging will add in the future of smartwatch mode battery life or one hour of GPS with music battery life.





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The watch has 5 ATM rated water-resistance and helps the standard monitoring options similar to coronary heart charge, sleep monitoring, blood oxygen saturation, and even different stuff like respiration monitoring, and health age.





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The Garmin Venu 2 Plus is accessible now on Garmin’s web site with a steered retail value of USD449.99 (~RM 1,886).

Garmin Vivomove Sport

The Vivomove Sport however is an ‘entry-level’ hybrid analog smartwatch. The design of this watch seems to be fairly smooth and classy whereas maintaining the ‘sport’ really feel. It comes with a silcone strap.





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It has monitoring options like stress monitoring, sleep monitoring, coronary heart charge, and oxygen saturation degree. It doesn’t include GPS, however you may sync it to your telephone’s GPS to trace your distance and tempo throughout your exercises.





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By way of battery life, the Vivomove Sport gives 5 days in smartwatch mode and 6 days in common watch mode (simply the palms transferring). The machine can also be rated to five ATM water-resistance.





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In comparison with one thing like the newest Apple Watch, these watches have a terrific battery life at a fraction of the price.





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The Garmin Vivomove Sport is now accessible on their web site for USD179.99 (~RM754) and is available in black, white, brown, and mint inexperienced.

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