CES 2018: Motorola Introduces Two New Moto Mods

Thanks to Lenovo Vital Moto Mod, you can track five vital health indicators. And Livermorium Slider Keyboard has a full QWERTY-keyboard.

CES 2018: Motorola Introduces Two New Moto Mods

Motorola at the CES 2018 in Las Vegas showed two new Moto Mods.

Lenovo Vital Moto Mod

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The first did, in fact, Lenovo itself. This is Lenovo Vital Moto Mod. Thanks to him, you can track five vital health indicators: heart rate, respiratory rate, pulse oximetry, body temperature and blood pressure. This mod has all the necessary sensors to measure all of this data. They can be run in just a couple of minutes. And this means that you can check your health indicators on the go, and then share them with your doctor. Lenovo Vital Moto Mod will start selling in April at a price of $ 395.

Livermorium Slider Keyboard Moto Mod

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The next novelty from the company Livermorium. The manufacturer won the contest from Motorola - "Transform the Smartphone Challenge" in 2017. And then he successfully collected money on the Indiegogo site for a sliding keyboard.

Livermorium Slider Keyboard connects to the back of the smartphones Moto Z and has a full QWERTY-keyboard. After connection, the phone can be shifted up to 60 degrees to make it more convenient to print. The design of the device resembles the first smartphones on Android from Motorola. The keyboard will appear already this winter at a price of $ 99.

Source: AndroidAuthority

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