First, is the vívofit Fitness Band, which enters the activity band market against similar brands such as the Fitbit, and Nike+ Fuelband. It will track your steps taken, calories burnt, monitor your sleep and resting times throughout the day, to better help you manage your day's fitness goals. It has a one-year battery (that won't require charging), and is water resistant to 50m. It comes in different colours and can by paired with a ANT+ heart-rate chest strap.
The second announcement is that Garmin is redesigning Garmin Connect, to become more modern and to support new input from the vívofit Fitness Band.
"The new Garmin Connect has a completely updated look and feel, with improved navigation and a customizable widget-style dashboard. The updated fitness features include enhanced reports to track performance over time and free training plans that can be sent straight to compatible Garmin devices. With the all-new segments and leaderboards feature, users can run or ride against past efforts or against others to see how they stack up against the competition."