Microsoft has introduced its wearable activity tracker Band 2, which has a curved touch screen.
According to The Next Web, the new band comes with an optical heart rate sensor, 3-axis accelerometer, gyrometer, GPS, ambient light sensor, skin temperature sensor, UV sensor, capacitive sensor, microphone and a galvanic skin response sensor.
Also, there is a barometer to help the users measure elevation for hiking and stair-climbing in real-time and tools for estimating a 'VO2 max' reading.
The new Band is available for pre-order, and costs US $249. The watch will start selling from 30 October.