MyKronoz has announced a new range of smartwatches for 2019. The ZeTrack, ZeNeo, ZeRound3 Lite and ZeRound 3 join the ZeSport 2, ZePop and ZeTime 2 in the range and maintain the company’s budget-friendly approach.
For those of you who don’t know, MyKronoz is a Swiss company headquartered in Geneva. They make budget-friendly smartwatches and are best-known for the ZeTime, a touchscreen smartwatch with mechanical hands. Their newest additions to the range look to be solid offerings too. Here’s what you need to know.
The ZeTrack is an activity tracker with a 0.92” 128 x 64 IPS-LCD display. It has an IP67 water resistance rating and a heart-rate sensor. It is priced from $29.99 and is classed as a basic fitness tracker for step counting. The 3-axis accelerometer and heart-rate sensor make sure you can keep on top of your fitness.
The ZeNeo is a touchscreen smartwatch with a rectangular display. The 1.14” 135 x 240 IPS-LCD is mounted into a polycarbonate case for lightness. It has an IP67 water resistance rating, magnetic charging and a heart-rate sensor. It shares the same battery life rating as the ZeTrack - up to 5 days on a single charge.
The ZeRound3 Lite is marketed as a sports smartwatch. It stands out as one with a chunkier bezel and white silicone band. It has an IP67 water resistance rating and a 1.2” 240 x 240 display which is of the TFT variety. It has a heart-rate sensor and Mediatek processor (the ZeNeo has a slower Nordic processor).
The ZeRound3 is the range-topper here. It has magnetic charging and heart rate tracking and upgrades the screen to a 1.22” 390 x 390 AMOLED. It also has a bigger battery than the Lite model (350 mAh vs 260 mAh) which gives it a battery life of 5 days versus the 3 days on the Lite. A worthwhile upgrade if you ask us.
Pricing and availability
The MyKronoz ZeTrack will retail for $29.99 while the ZeNeo will retail for $59.99, the ZeRound3 Lite for $79.99 and the ZeRound3 for $99.99. All four devices will hit the States and Europe in the next few months.