Last Updated on March 28, 2020 by Jude Simeone
Matrix Powerwatch X Full Specifications – The Matrix Powerwatch X is an outstanding smartwatch with a design that’s rugged and bold – A perfect fit for men. Just like the Powerwatch, the Powerwatch X is thermoelectric powered, it uses your body heat to keep the watch going. The Powerwatch X has got a nice aesthetics while featuring customizable straps and a great display that’s easily readable outdoors. It’s also a great choice for fitness tracking.
Matrix Powerwatch X Full Specifications
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|Device name||Matrix Powerwatch X|
|Device type||Classic/Fitness smartwatch|
|Successor||Matrix Powerwatch 2|
|Released date||July, 2018|
|Display type||monochrome LCD|
|Display size||1.2 inch|
|Input type||2 physical buttons
1 Rotating crown
|Customizable watch face||Yes|
|Dimension||51 x 51 x 17 mm|
|Casing material||Aircraft-grade aluminum|
|Interchangeable band||Yes, 22mm|
|Screen protection||Sapphire glass|
|Water resistant/Protection||Yes, 20ATM|
|Memory card slot||No|
|Heart rate monitoring||No|
|Menstrual cycle tracking||No|
|Under-water heart rate tracking||No|
|On-screen workout modes||No|
|Preloaded sport modes||_|
|Heart rate monitor (HRM)||No|
|Operating system (OS)||_|
|Type of battery||Thermoelectric (body heat)|
|Charging type||No charging|
|Battery saver mode||Yes|
|Companion app||PowerWatch App|
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Matrix Powerwatch X Features
- The Design and Display
- Waterproof Rating
- Impressive Battery Life
- Activity/Fitness Tracking
The design of Powerwatch X is quite outstanding, it has almost the same appearance as the new Powerwatch 2. It looks stylish in every sense while featuring durable materials in the body build. The bezel is reinforced to make it tougher and rugged.
The Powerwatch X is moderately sized, the 47mm case size isn’t too bulky, however, being 16mm thick means it’s somewhat too thick.
The monochrome LCD display is nice. Although not interactive nor as rich when compared to AMOLED or LCD display technologies, but it’s easily readable outdoors.
Rated 20ATM, Powerwatch X is water-resistant up to 200 meters which makes it a great choice for water-related activities. You can choose to wear it while swimming in the pool or accompany you to the ocean.
Being thermoelectrically powered, the Powerwatch X will remain on for as long it’s on your wrist. This is great and innovative too, considering it kind of eliminates the worries of your watch going flat.
The Powerwatch X uses your body heat to power up the device, so you need not worry about buying a charger replacement or worry about charging it every now and then.
The Powerwatch X is built as a fitness smartwatch, but it isn’t such a great choice for fitness tracking going by the sensors onboard and the range of activities it can track. However, it’s capable of tracking your steps, distance, calories, and sleep which is more like what you get on average from many other smartwatches.
There’s no HRM which means it can’t monitor your heart rate and as well lacks inbuilt GPS.
Unfortunately, the Powerwatch X lacks notification capabilities, you won’t be able to receive notifications right on your wrist.