Hannspree launched its first smartwatch earlier this year, and now the company is expanding its wearable portfolio with four new models, including three watches and an activity tracker built into a wrist band that looks like a retro sweatband.

Active 24

The weird looking wristband is the cheapest model, priced at £50 (a little over $75) in the UK. It also looks a bit like something you’d wipe a counter with.

hannspree active 24

But built into this wristband is a small watch-like device with a heart rate sensor, 3-axis G sensor for pedometer functions, and Bluetooth 4.0 support. It has a 0.9 inch, 96 x 96 pixel display, a 250 mAh battery and support for 9 hours of active use (with the hear rate sensor on) or up to 7 days of standby time.

Prime

The Hannspree Prime is a £60 ($90 US) smartwatch with a SIM card slot. You can pair it with a phone to display notifications about incoming messages, or use it as if the watch was a phone. It can send and receiver messages, make calls, and play music, among other things.

hannspree prime

Unlike the Active 24, device actually looks like a watch. Actually, it looks a lot like a specific watch.

The Prime has a 1.54 inch, 240 x 240 pixel IPS touchscreen display, a 0.3MP camera, a 380 mAh battery for up to 5 days of standby time or up to 4 hours of talk time, and a vibration motor for alerts.

It supports microSD cards for up to 32GB of removable storage and works on GSM networks.

Legend

While the Hannspree Prime looks like the Samsung Gear 2, the £70 ($110 US) Hannspree Legend seems to borrow some design inspiration from the Apple Watch.

hannspree legend

This model has a square design with rounded edges and a prominent button on the side.

It features a leather wristband, a metal alloy case, and a scratch-resistant screen. Features include a 1.54 inch, 240 x 240 pixel IPS display, Bluetooth 4.0, and a 220 mAh battery for up to 3.5 hous of active use or 3 days of standby time.

Pulse

This £89 ($140) watch is the closet thing to a premium model in Hannspree’s line of budget smartwatches.

hannspree pulse

It has an all-metal frame, a calfskin leather wrist strap, and a round 1.22 inch 240 x 206 pixel touchscreen display.

In terms of hardware, the watch has a vibration motor, an integrated speaker, support for USB inductive charging, and a 320 mAh battery that’s good for up to 3.5 hours of active use and up to 4 days of standby time.

via Notebook Italia

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5 replies on “Hannspree launches 4 new wearables for $75 and up (in Europe)”

  1. It’s funny how similar these watches look to the higher end models that are already out there. From the top; Samsung Gear S2, Samsung Gear 2, Apple Watch, and the Moto 360.

  2. Interesting, with some different types of smart watches!
    Even if I like Android Wear round design best.

  3. The Prime seems to be same as the DZ09 that goes even bellow 30$, The Pulse same as the Zeaplus mentioned in another comment or the Aiwatch P360 that retails for 80$ and the Legend looks like the 50$ Zeblaze Rover.

  4. The Pulse looks identical to the ZeaPlus DM360 (http://www.zeaplus.com/dm360-feature). The icons look about the same too. The DM360 is a very nice looking watch with decent build quality, but it has some problems. It won’t stay connected to bluetooth, which causes excessive “out of range” alerts. You can turn the alerts off, but the out of range function is supposed to be a feature so you don’t forget your phone. There are only a handful of watch faces available, and there is really no way to add apps to it.

    There has been an improved rom with some fixes hinted at/sort of promised, but ZeaPlus is no longer responding to questions/requests for a couple months now, so I doubt it.

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