11 October 2008

ultra-compact wireless wearable GPS+ sleep monitor

Fitbit Raises Healthy $2 Million From True Ventures And SoftTech VC@TechCrunch

The company is developing an ultra-compact wireless wearable sensor, called the Fitbit Tracker, that automatically tracks data about a person’s activities, such as calories burned, sleep quality, steps and distance.

All data gets automatically synchronized to your computer and then the web through a wireless base station, so you don’t even have to plug it in. Once synced, you can view your health reports online.

The device, set to go on sale in early 2009 for $99 a pop

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