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MyKronoz launches new smartwatch range for 2019

by in News .


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.
 

ZeTrack


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.
 

ZeNeo


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.
 

ZeRound3 Lite


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).
 

ZeRound3


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.
Latest update: 04/03/2019

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