Motorola's press conference is under way, but it turns out the Droid RAZR isn't the only thing that Motorola had up their sleeve - they also announced the MOTOACTV, what is essentially an iPod Nano on serious steroids.
The ACTV packs a 600MHz CPU, WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, FM Radio, and an "Audio Coach" - all there to help you step up your fitness game. The features all work together to keep track of your heart rate, calories burned, and route taken (among others). They take things even further by having all this data automatically synced to your PC and MOTOACTV.com to keep track of progress and compare it to plans/goals, analyze workouts, and challenge friends.
Naturally, the ACTV is "outdoor readable, sweat-proof, rain resistant, [and] scratch-proof." It will be hitting retailers on November 6, with the 8GB going for (a pricey) $250 and the 16GB for $300.
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