This fitness tracker is Acer’s first adventure in the world of fitness. They intended to make a band which should incorporate dual functionality in its every core. It was supposed to be a mix of two new portable technologies: the smartwatch and the fitness tracker. The screen is somewhat small, the band is waterproof and it is compatible with both iPhone and Android.
Pros / What Customers Like:
The battery life is sufficient when you take its functionality into consideration.
Acer Liquid Leap is waterproof enough to endure showers, rain and occasional submerging. Don’t try to swim with it though.
You can connect it with your iPhone or Android and check out your notifications directly from your wrist.
It tracks the basic stuff such as the distance you traveled, calories you burned, and your daily goals.
Cons / What Customers Don't Like:
The screen is only 0.9 inches large, meaning it can’t hold a large amount of content on it.
The design is not eye-catching and you probably won’t let people see it if you wear it on a daily basis.
It doesn’t really provide enough smartwatch features nor does it satisfy every characteristic a fitness band should possess.
Acer's effort was well-channeled but it has resulted in a fitness tracker which doesn't completely satisfy its target audience. It comes with a decent price which shouldn't put people off but it's still wise to check what exactly you are getting at that price. You will, at least, receive a good battery life and the basic functionality of both a fitness band and a smartwatch. If you are looking for more than Acer's Liquid Leap can offer, you will be able to find an alternative for the same money. It simply lacks some advanced functions in order to be special in this category.