DASCOM Americas has made really great strides in the past 3 years in revitalizing a big part of the business transaction printer market. There is an aggressive pipeline of printer products that continues to underscore DASCOM’s long-term commitment to printing. The company is first, and foremost, a printer company. And while this isn’t likely to ever change relative to having new printers and commitments, the company is looking forward with a great sense of diversity in product lines and people that can benefit from what the company has to offer.
One such product that will be a part of that growth is a line of healthy lifestyle products – the first of which is an elaborate, yet easy to use, and feature filled, pedometer.
As the world population grows, and certainly starts to age, people have become more keenly aware of the benefits or necessity of excercise and life style changes that help us feel better, be healthier, and maybe live longer, fuller lives.
In line with this way of thinking, DASCOM Americas will soon be test marketing our first healthy lifestyle product. A pedometer, similar to the one shown above, will soon be unveiled. The pedometer will have lots of great features that track your steps walked, calories and fat burned, duration of walk time, and more. The pedometer stores this information in memory for 30 days so you can have a running total of your progress.
One of the best features of the pedometer, however, is an elaborate website that allows users to download their walking data and also read about interesting and helpful healthy tips while interacting with others who are also using the pedometer.
DASCOM believes that combining the social camaraderie along with encouraging people to get active and moving will be a catalyst for a healthier tomorrow.
Look for more information on their pedometer coming in the next few weeks.
We think you’ll be impressed with the features and software that make this product a great new start to the product line. Right now it is just being tested, but as they say….”The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step.”