Fitbit Alta has just been announced by the wearable fitness tech company but this one is different.

The Fitbit Alta is a leather, bracelet-like activity tracker with a tap-sensitive, monochrome OLED display. The difference is that this bit of trackside tech is actually aimed at everyday wearers, rather than fitness junkies.

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