Acer teased three new fitness trackers back at its annual New York event last month, and now the company has just dropped a few more details ahead of Computex 2015.
The Taiwanese giant is expanding its Liquid Leap range with a trio of new bands, aimed at different fitness demographics.
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The Acer Liquid Leap Active (below) is for the "young-minded socially active" user, which alerts users to notifications, and comes with three band choices. On the tracking side, it also monitors your daily activities and sleep.
The Acer Liquid Leap Fit (see main image) builds in an optical heart rate sensor, and a classier finish, which is aimed at the more serious sports fan – although there are no reports of GPS, which would serve to undermine its credentials slightly. It does feature IPX7 water resistance, however, so it will survive sweat and showers.
Finally, the Liquid Leap Curve packs a larger 1.4-inch touch sensitive screen, which allows for "extra room for information", however, it's not clear exactly what will be displayed.
That's all the details we have so far, but we're bound to find out more when they're shown off at Computex between 2 June and 6 June.