Pi Ring X: Redefining Wearable Technology in India with the World's Lightest Smart Ring
Pi Ring has launched a one-of-a-kind smart ring. India’s lightest smart ring Pi Ring X weighing only 2.5 grams is now available to avid smart ring users in India.
Pi Ring is the brand behind many industry-leading smart rings, namely Pi Ring, Pi Ring Pro, Halo Ring and Halo Ring Plus. The company is one of the earliest players in the smart ring Industry in India.
Pi Ring X has set a new standard for wearables. The company takes their customer feedback super seriously. The Pi Ring product team stated their customers desired a ring that is slim, sleek and lightweight.
This makes total sense as what’s the point of wearing a smart ring if it doesn’t provide a great wearing experience?
Pi Ring x offers comprehensive health and sleep monitoring features, specifically heart rate, HRV, sleep quality, SpO2, temperature, steps and calories. It comes in Gold, Silver and Black colors.
Built out of Titanium Alloy, with IPX8 waterproofing and fast charging of just 30 mins and a battery that impressively lasts for 6 days. The Pi Ring X is a great option for those who don’t like wearing a smartwatch for health and sleep monitoring.
The smart ring industry is in its infancy. There are tons of great innovations happening in this space. Smart Rings have a great potential to make smartwatches a historical artifact. It’s hard to predict where the industry is headed but it surely looks like it will usher humanity into an exciting era of wearables.
Pi Ring plans to keep innovating and aims to introduce many world’s first of their kind smart rings. So far the company has released 5 smart rings focused at different price points, features, form factor and colors.
The company is investing in expanding its R&D efforts and aims to launch their next ring at a global stage. The specs and features of this new ring are kept confidential until the launch, however the founder of Pi Ring has claimed it will be the world’s first ring of its kind.
The founder stated that India is where the next big tech will be created. The hardware and manufacturing will be at the epicenter for the next phase of growth for India. The founder’s bold prediction is that companies like Apple, Samsung and Huawei will start emerging out of India in this decade.