Superior Watch Maker Casio Unveils New Android Wear

The market has seen quite a number of good smartwatches in the past years. This is why it's rather hard for each smartwatch brand to distinguish themselves from their competitions. Luckily for Casio, its concept for a rugged smartwatch hasn't exactly been an overused one in the market. Last year, the company has released the WSD-F10 smartwatch that's aimed towards people with active lifestyle. Now, Casio is back at it again with its new Android Wear called the Pro Trek Smart WSD-F20.

Casio Announces New Android Wear For 2017

Casio comes back to the CES event with an improved Android Wear called Pro Trek Smart WSD-F20, as per It may not exactly be different from the original release but it is clearly an improvement over its predecessor. The Pro Trek Smart WSD-F20 retained all the good stuff that its predecessor offered including its dual layer display which is responsible for battery conservation.

Pro Trek Smart WSD-F20 Overview

The new Pro Trek Smart WSD-F20 is equipped with mapping and guidance features. It can also keep map data in case you would need it offline. Generally, the Pro Trek Smart WSD-F20 is a rugged smartwatch aimed at outdoorsy people who are always active. The mapping and guidance features of the device are perfectly fit for people who trek outside cellular areas.

Additionally, the Pro Trek Smart WSD-F20 is still water resistant to up to 50 meters. It is also designed to survive drops. Furthermore, this smartwatch can last more than a day of usage, depending on use. If only used in Timepiece Mode, the Pro Trek Smart WSD-F20 can last for more than a month.

Pro Trek Smart WSD-F20 Availability

If you want to own the latest Pro Trek Smart WSD-F20, know that it will be made available April 21. It will be priced $500 and will be released in Orange and Black colors. As per Casio's web page, the Android Wear devices come with all necessary accessories such as an AC adaptor and a special charger cable.

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