We expect to find out more details when Milan Design Week kicks off tomorrow, but some interesting reports have emerged regarding the ASUS VivoWatch. The big news is that the fitness-centric watch will apparently have a battery life of 10 days, alongside a stainless steel body, an IP67 rating against dust and water, heart-rate monitoring, and sleep tracking.
There are a few notible changes from the ZenWatch though, including the use of ASUS' own operating system instead of Android, and the use of a black-and-white screen. With many other competitors offering similar products and features, success for the VivoWatch will come down to its pricing. Expect to learn that, alongside other details, in the next few days.