Well ahead of its competition, Elpis wearable technology offers the world's most-advanced. Apple Watch and Fitbit pale in comparison to Elpis's capabilities and state-of-the-art technology.Who knew a wearable could actually perform blood pressure, blood oxygen level and even an ECG reading? Well, Elpis can.
Fitbit recently announced it has added heart rate. But, is this really a big deal? Heart rate technology in a wearable was invented 2.5 years ago. It's an old feature -- it's actually ancient in the tech world. Perhaps resting on one's laurels far too long will end up costing a whole lot more then bargained.
As consumers become more and more educated, they realize there are much more advanced alternatives, at much more affordable prices, when choosing a new wearable technology device to buy.
Speaking of affordability, let's face it, Apple products on a whole have become cost-prohibitive for most. Apple watch's target market has shrunk considerably over the past two years.
Spending anywhere from $329 to $850 USD plus taxes on a new Apple Smart watch is not in everyone's budget. Claiming to be health geared, it really only offers heart rate, like Fitbit. Apple is clearly a wearable communicator with few features and is likely best to remain an email and text alert device. It is clearly not wellness or fitness-related.
Elpis's most recently added Smart Watch, the Elpis Odyssey, is so new it came out just days ago. It has not yet even been added to the "Comparison Chart" shown below. Elpis Odyssey has an astounding 43 features and functions at a retail price of only $189 USD. What? Apple Watch has 8 features and functions. It makes one truly wonder what kind of profit margin the company demands from their customers.
A link to the Elpis Odyssey product:
The wearable technology industry is the fastest growing in the world and the competition will only become more and more fierce. By 2020, the wearables market will be worth a staggering $34 billion, according to Forbes magazine. And every technology company, big or small, wants a piece of the action. Elpis is well-positioned to take its fair share.
Each Elpis model offers many more features and functions then any of their closest competition. Many of these benefits are quickly becoming common-place as the industry innovates at an accelerated rate.
It appears the largest tech giants, Apple and Fitbit, are having a hard time keeping up. Have these monstrosities become too big for their britches to be able to manuevre quickly enough to consistently keep up with the more limber, smaller, David competition?
The Goliaths are being left behind. There is enough cracks forming in the industry for the smaller technology companies to slide in and pick up the slack. Elpis is perfectly positioned to offer the most tech-suave shopper what they seek.
What also sets Elpis apart is the abundance of style and color choices. No other wearable technology company has such a wide selection and they continue to add to their product-line each month.
Elpis wearables are at an extremely affordable price; one for every member of the family to enjoy.
What is the significance of calibrating your Elpis wearable ...
All Elpis advanced technology devices require some degree of calibration for an accurate heart rate, blood oxygen, blood pressure and ECG reading.
Calibration is important as it enables the user to have some degree of confidence in the results that they are monitoring and recording, and in some cases, controlling or regulating the treatment from the results of their measurements.
Calibration is the activity of checking by comparison with a standard. For the blood pressure readings in Elpis it may be compared against a medical-grade blood pressure cuff. It can also include adjustment of the instrument to bring it into alignment with a known standard.
The purpose of calibrating is to ensure that a measuring device is accurate, reliable and consistent as the measurements may be used in a decision-making process. Data read or collected should be reasonably accurate within acceptable ranges. Conclusions based on errors can result in negative consequences from the decision made.
There are three main reasons for having instruments calibrated:
- To ensure readings from an instrument are consistent with other measurements
- To determine the accuracy of the instrument readings.
- To establish the reliability of the instrument, so it can be trusted.
Calibration is intended to eliminate or reduce any bias in an instrument’s reading over a range of continuous values. Since every individual has different reference values, calibration is a way to reduce this bias to achieve a standard.
All instruments need calibration over a time period, due to wear and tear, age and environmental conditions.