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Xplova X5 smartwatch
Photo: Company [Sep 13, 2016]

Acer's smartwatch subsidiary Xplova has launched a smartwatch for live streaming users' bicycle activities. The device is expected to further expand to support other activities such as running or triathlon, according to Ben Wan, chairman of Xplova and president of Acer's e-Enabling business group (EBBG).

The Xplova X5 features a 120-degree wide-angle camera, supporting HD-quality filming. The device is able to activate the recording mode based on the user's heart beat rate changes, allowing the device to automatically film users' bicycling activities.

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