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If you like Fitbit's wearable hardware, but feel the software is still somewhat rudimentary, you'll be happy to hear a couple of key new features are now enabled on both the Versa and Ionic.
You can now officially purchase a $200 Fitbit Versa or $230 Special Edition with Fitbit Pay support from a large number of authorized US retailers, including Amazon and Best Buy.
Smaller, lighter, arguably prettier and cheaper than the Ionic, the Fitbit Versa smartwatch is still swim-proof and filled to the brim with health and fitness features.
Already leaked in a bunch of revealing renders, the looming Fitbit Versa "mass appeal" smartwatch gets a name... and one more high-quality promo image today.
If you own a Pebble product, you'll be able to take $50 off a new Ionic. And soon, you'll have more of a reason to drop your Time Round or Steel.
The $300 Fitbit Ionic still feels a tad pricey, also lacking the robust app support of some of its rivals, though its first OS update is pretty hefty.
Priced at $299.95 stateside to undercut the Apple Watch Series 3, that long overdue Fitbit Ionic smartwatch is launching around the world in a few days.