The Fitbit Surge is heading out now to select early adopters, bringing the best of what Fitbit has to offer along with a 24/7 heart rate monitor and smartwatch notifications. This isn't your standard Fitbit — the Surge is supercharged and ready to take on whatever activities you can throw at it. Rather than just giving you the standard fare of options like step count, calories burned and floors climbed, the Surge also adds in GPS tracking, multi-sport tracking, sleep tracking, phone notifications, music control and more.
We'll give the Fitbit Surge a good run or two (and maybe some yoga), then report back with a full review and all the details. For now, take a look at our quick unboxing to see what the Surge is all about. It's not yet available worldwide for everyone, but we'll be sure to let you know when you can get your hands on one.
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