Fitbit unveiled a series of new wristband fitness trackers on Monday, marking its first major launch since the recall of its ill-fated Fitbit Force . In line with rumors , the company has added three devices to its lineup: the Fitbit Charge (a reboot of the Fitbit Force), the Fitbit Charge HR (which comes with heart-rate monitoring) and the Fitbit Surge, a device specialized for runners (with some smartwatch capabilities). The products and the corresponding apps work with iOS, Android and Windows phones and come in small, large and x-large sizes. See also: From Gym to Board Room: All 34 Apple Watch Designs in One Place Fitbit — which maintains 69% of wearables marketshare, according to NPD Group — will launch the Fitbit Charge in time for the holiday shopping season, but the Fitbit Charge HR and Fitbit Surge won’t be available until early next year. It’s unclear if the latter two were subject to any delays related to the supply chain or production, but CEO James Park told Mashable he isn’t concerned with the timeline. “Everything might not be ready for the holiday shopping season, but we are focused on delivering the best products and won’t ship any before… Read full this story
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