Motorola once again presented the additions that you can connect to smartphones from the Moto Z series. This time it's time for 2 new products, one of which is something I would definitely buy without thinking.
Moto Mods is such LEGO bricks for adults – we have written about them for you many times, but I'm a big supporter of this idea, even though I do not have a Motorola smartphone. When I was changing the phone, I was wondering if I should just bet on the Moto Z series, mainly due to the available additions in the form of a camera or a wireless speaker. This time, however, the company has decided to expand its range of accessories. For several months, Motorola has been providing a program for the creators of Moto Mods: independent, good ideas after checking can receive funding and become official accessories for compatible smartphones. This time we have a physical Livermorium Slider keyboard and a module that scans our health parameters: it has been marked as Vital.Livermorium Keyboard Moto keyboard reminds me of this panel, which originally appeared in the Milestone model – who uses Android for more than 5 years will remember what I'm writing about. The new version of the physical keyboard has five rows of keys, separate numeric buttons and keys that allow you to navigate the system – there is simply everything you need for fast and comfortable typing using a smartphone. Design may not blame, but that's not what it's about. The keyboard itself is just functional and interesting, what it will look like in reality. Interestingly, the keyboard has a built-in battery with a capacity of 1700 mAh, which is to translate into a longer operating time of the device. The whole has been valued at $ 199, which in Polish zlotys gives almost PLN 700 today . A lot … I think it's a bit too much for this type of gadget. The second Moto Modem is the Vital gadget, which with the help of sensors and sensors will be able to measure our heart rate, breathing frequency, blood pressure, oxygen saturation of blood or just the body temperature. And now the question arises … why would anyone use this gadget? I assume that it will only be popular with people who have health problems that require daily monitoring and care – otherwise I doubt anyone will buy a Vital, especially since it has been priced at almost $ 400. In the future, Motorola will probably consistently expand its range of Moto Mods – and very well. This equipment deserves much more recognition in my opinion . Source: Motorola