Garmin has introduced a new model of smart watches called Tactix Delta, made in an "unbreakable" steel case. In addition to the high strength, the key features of the new product are long battery life, a wide range of auxiliary functions, as well as a "spy" mode that disables the collection of data about the owner and the ability to quickly delete all information from the internal memory.
Garmin Tactix Delta is equipped with a round display with a diameter of 1.4 inches with a scratch-resistant coating of sapphire glass. The case is made of steel, and the ring around the dial is made of titanium with a carbon coating. According to the manufacturer, the watch can withstand a pressure of up to 10 atmospheres when submerged. The claimed autonomy of the device is up to 21 days, and in power-saving mode - up to 80 days.
One of the key features of the gadget is the so-called "stealth mode", when activated, the functions of saving and transmitting information are completely disabled. It is also possible to quickly clear all the device's memory by pressing a single button. The watch's firmware also includes a number of "tactical" options - for example, the Jumpmaster mode, designed to help with navigation when skydiving. Positioning accuracy is enhanced by a GPS module that can display two sets of coordinate systems on the same screen.
Other features of the model include standard smartwatch functions, the ability to save up to 2000 music tracks in the device's memory, support for the Garmin Pay payment system, and the option to receive notifications from other wearable electronics.
The Garmin Tactix Delta smartwatch has already gone on sale at $899.99.