It wasn’t that long ago when fitness bands and smartwatches were markedly different devices. Successive Apple Watch and Samsung Galaxy smartwatches generations have added exercise tracking and health monitoring features. Newer Fitbit and Garmin models continue to blur the lines by becoming more “watch-like.”

At the all-digital CES 2021 this year, Amazfit will showcase the Amazfit GTS 2 mini. The new wristband wearable doesn’t just blur the line between fitness bands and smartwatches; it eradicates the demarcation.

Here’s my TL:DR take on the Amazfit GTS 2 mini: it’s thin, lightweight, packed with astounding health and fitness features, and runs for weeks between battery charges. Oh, and it lists for $100 and is available now at major online merchants in the U.S., U.K., South Korea, and India.

The Amazfit GTS 2 mini’s health monitoring features include heart rate, SpO2, and stress monitoring. The versatile wearable also promises to track your sleep quality including naps that last at least 20 minutes. If your heart rate elevates abnormally, the device can alert you. There’s also a a female health tracker. Water resistant to 5 ATM, the Amazfit GTS 2 mini has more than 70 built-in sports modes. The new Amazfit wearable incorporates the PAI (Personal Artificial Intelligence) Health Assessment System activity metric that correlates with longer life. The watch’s capabilities and features goes on and on. Notable highlights include more than 50 watch faces for the 1.55-inch diagonal AMOLED screen and a Pomodoro time management clock, Battery life ranges from 7 to 21 days depending on usage,

Now that Amazfit has launched the category-melding Amazfit GTS 2 mini, choosing between wearing a fitness tracker and a smart watch may no longer be necessary.