Casio uncovers Pro Trek smartwatch with worked in disconnected GPS


Wear OS is getting yet another watch added to its portfolio, this time an outdoorsy number by Japanese maker, Casio.

Casio uncovered the Pro Trek Smart Watch this week, the most recent expansion to its PRO TREK arrangement of open air watches. This specific model, WSD-F20A, is said to help an extensive variety of open air and water exercises, and in addition work disconnected.

As those endeavor experiences in nature may frequently end up without organize scope, this gadget may turn out to be convenient with its disconnected ‘low power GPS‘ and shading maps. A tad of reasoning ahead is required, in any case, as maps should be downloaded early.

Nine noteworthy engineers joined forces with Casio to give the choice of mainstream outside and sports application that can be found in the “Included App” list. Some of these downloadable alternatives incorporate ViewRanger, Hole19 and Fishbrain.

A strong outside savvy, the WSD-F20A has ‘Military Standard 810G Durability’ and water protection (up to 50 meters). Alongside its altimeter, indicator and computerized compass, the Pro Trek is likewise an action tracker.

With respect to the look of the piece, the highlights indigo accents, a delicate dark urethane band and clasp and huge three side catches.

It’s likewise more moderate than the last model in the range: the PRO TREK WSD-F20A Smart Outdoor Watch will be evaluated at $399.00 and will be accessible from May.