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    With an updated design and support for Android, iOS, and Windows, Acer is hoping the Liquid Leap+ will take off.

    With the original Liquid Leap Smart Activeband barely leaving shelves, Acer has decided their wearable plan needed a refresh. Today at Mobile World Conference, the company has revealed their plans for an updated version of their first wearable. It's being called the Liquid Leap+, and chief among the features Acer is hoping will excite users is support for the three largest mobile operating systems in what they call an "OS agnostic" approach to the market.

    While the name sounds as though Acer has made a trivial update to the original, the Liquid Leap+ is noticeably different from its predecessor. The band design has been updated to better fit the curvature of the wrist, and Acer has made the band user replaceable. While there are only a handful of color options for users to swap between at launch, there's potential for quite a bit of personalization.

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    03-01-2015 03:12 AM

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