Microsoft Band

Microsoft Band
alaScore 87

445 recensioni

12/2018

alaTest ha raccolto ed analizzato 445 recensioni su Microsoft Band. La media della valutazione per questo prodotto è 3.8/5, confrontata con la media della valutazione di 4.2/5 per altri prodotti.

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Recensione esperto da : Michael Sawh (trustedreviews.com)

Microsoft Band

 

The Microsoft Band is an activity tracker packed with features. If you're looking for something to bridge the gap between a Fitbit or Jawbone and a dedicated sports watch, the £170 Band fits the bill. There's a touchscreen display to view progress on...

Bright, easy-to-read screen ; Custom workouts a unique addition ; Consistent experience across mobile platforms

Ugly and uncomfortable to wear ; Fiddly to review progress during tracking ; App doesn't display all sensor data

The Microsoft Band is an activity tracker that puts innovation ahead of ergonomics. Unwearable tech, if you will.

06/2015

Recensione esperto da : Terrence O'Brien (engadget.com)

Microsoft Band review: A tale of pitfalls and promise

 

There are generally two schools of thought on how to build a wrist-borne wearable. Either make a fancy pedometer that's supposed to stay out of the way,

Works on iOS, Android and Windows Phone ; Lots of data, thanks to a raft of sensors ; App has a clean design and shows promise ; Connects to Cortana on Windows Phone ; Guided workouts are extremely helpful

Hardware is uncomfortable and poorly designed ; Microsoft Health is mostly promise ; Smartwatch-like battery life ; Does too many things, many of them poorly ; Seriously, the Band is really uncomfortable

If Microsoft Health ever lives up to its ambitious goals, it could be game-changing. But right now, the Microsoft Band is the only device available for it. And the Band seems more like a prototype than a consumer device. It's bulky, uncomfortable and...

11/2014

Recensione esperto da : Jeremy Kaplan (digitaltrends.com)

Microsoft Band review

 

With sensors to Sunday and more power than a race car, Microsoft's Band is the most advanced fitness band ever. It's also a simply bad product.

11/2014

Recensione esperto da : Duncan Bell (t3.com)

Microsoft Band review: no beauty but a bit of a beast

 

This clunky fitness handcuff is actually a powerful activity tracker with advanced functions galore

More functionality than rivals ; Guided Workouts are great ; Lots of data via the app

A bit uncomfortable; very ugly ; Some HR accuracy issues ; Several pointless sensors

08/2015

Recensione esperto da : Scott Stein Dan Graziano (cnet.com)

Microsoft Band, reviewed: A truly ambitious but flawed smart fitness band

 

All-day heart rate, tons of notifications and downloadable workouts: the Microsoft Band wants to rule fitness on your wrist, but it's not there yet.

The Microsoft Band works with Android, iOS and Windows phones, tracks all-day heart rate, has an impressive set of smart notifications, has built-in GPS for runs and can download workout suggestions.

It has mediocre battery life; it's not swim-friendly; Bluetooth syncing and pairing can be buggy; the Microsoft Health app isn't that easy to use, and learned insights seem few and far between. Heart-rate accuracy seems to be a little inconsistent, too.

Microsoft Band is an ambitious first crack at a smart health wearable that throws in a ton of features and cross-platform support, but it's just not as easy to use or as functional as it should be.

11/2014

Recensione esperto da (cnet.com)

Microsoft Band medium

 

At $200, it's competitively priced to other fitness watches, too: it's the same price as the Basis Peak , and not far off what the Fitbit Charge HR and Jawbone Up3 will cost. It's only available in the US for now, but it's coming to the UK in April for...

The Microsoft Band works with Android, iOS and Windows phones, tracks all-day heart rate, has an impressive set of smart notifications, has built-in GPS for runs and can download workout suggestions.

It has mediocre battery life; it's not swim-friendly; Bluetooth syncing and pairing can be buggy; the Microsoft Health app isn't that easy to use, and learned insights seem few and far between. Heart-rate accuracy seems to be a little inconsistent, too.

Microsoft Band is an ambitious first crack at a smart health wearable that throws in a ton of features and cross-platform support, but it's just not as easy to use or as functional as it should be.

11/2014

Recensione esperto da : Jill Duffy (pcmag.com)

Microsoft Band

 

The Microsoft Band may be teeming with features not found in most other activity trackers, but none of that matters if you can't stand wearing the thing.

Packed full of features. Tracks steps, workouts, runs, calories burned, heart rate, sleep. Includes some smartwatch functionality. Customizable screen.

Wildly uncomfortable. Not suitable for petite people. Lackluster app. Touch screen is difficult to manipulate while in motion. No tracking for bicycling. Requires a mobile phone; currently no computer syncing or Web interface. Lacks calorie-logging...

One benefit of the Microsoft Band, however, is that it also tracks distance, and distance is a far easier metric to verify than steps. Stride length and other factors make steps-per-mile vary wildly from person to person, but at least with a mileage or...

11/2014

Recensione esperto da : David Pierce (theverge.com)

Microsoft Band review

 

I slept terribly last night. I don't know exactly why, but between going to sleep at 11:56PM and waking up at 6:49AM, I woke up 12 times. I got two hours and 45 minutes of light sleep and one hour...

Collects a tremendous amount of data ; Guided workouts are awesome ; Simple, easy navigation ; Cross-platform support is crucial

Not enough battery life ; No waterproof = no good ; What am I supposed to do with all this data? ; Big, bulky, and expensive

11/2014

Recensione esperto da : Rik Henderson (pocket-lint.com)

Microsoft Band review: Heaps of potential offset by design downfall

 

Like Apple, Microsoft arrived to the wearables party late – albeit in slightly different fashion. Instead of a smartwatch, the Windows maker has released the Microsoft Band, a fitness tracker with some smartwatch-like functions, but still a device...

Heart rate, UV light and skin temperature monitoring sensors on board for accuracy; built-in GPS can track your runs or bike rides so you don’t have to take your phone with you; communication apps give you smartwatch functionality; iOS, Android and...

Clunky and unattractive design which can be painful to wear, especially at first; short battery life means you’ll not be able to wear it 24/7 as suggested; pricey for a fitness tracker but probably more suited to the sportswatch or training aid sector;...

The Microsoft Band is a good product in part, if strangely branded. Microsoft calls it a fitness tracker but its best use is far beyond that. The company also claims that it is a 24/7 device, but its battery life and clunky size belie that ambition.

04/2015

Recensione esperto da : Rik Henderson (pocket-lint.com)

Microsoft Band coming to UK 15 April: We have a play with one of the first in the country - Pocket-lint

 

Microsoft is finally ready to expand the reach of its fitness tracker and smartband to outside of North America, with the UK the next country to get the

03/2015

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