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Fitbit Acquires Vector Watch

Fitbit Acquires Vector Watch

Hot off a CES where the wearable fitness company displayed new partnerships and integrations instead of new device models, Fitbit today has announced that it is acquiring Vector Watch. I tested and reviewed Vector a while back and thought the device was one of the more hopeful Windows Mobile-oriented gadgets, its performance and abilities proved to be lackluster.

Like other fitness wearable companies, Fitibit is looking to solidify its place in the industry - an industry that is currently imploding due to a consolidation of actors. Fitbit just recently announced another acquisition as it snatched up the community darling, Pebble.

Per Vector, this is what you can expect right away from this acquisition:

  • Vector Watch devices will continue to work, warranty is valid and technical support is available for all our smartwatches sold worldwide.
  • Customers will be able to create and submit for approval designs for new watch faces both for Vector Luna and Meridian. Our platform can be accessed at and the acceptance policy remains the same.
  • Developers will no longer be able to create new streams; however, already published ones can be edited.
  • If you want to own a Vector Watch, charging cables and screen protectors, you can find our products on sale within the list of worldwide retailers available online at: Find the closest near to you.

Read the full announcement: The Vector Watch software platform and team joined the Fitbit family

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