Fitbit Unveils Stress Tracking Smartwatch

Fitbit Unveils Stress Tracking Smartwatch

Fitbit introduced three devices at once, aimed at people who monitor their health and lead an active lifestyle. We are talking about the Sense and Versa 3 smartwatches, as well as the Inspire 2 fitness bracelet.

The Fitbit Sense smartwatch has a bright AMOLED display with narrow bezels, which is enclosed in a stainless steel case. They are equipped with a rechargeable battery that provides up to six days of battery life. The device has a standard set of sensors, as well as new tools to monitor the state of the user’s body and deal with stress.

The Electrodermal Activity Sensor (EDA) deserves a special mention with a comprehensive solution that makes it possible to track stress levels. The device is equipped with an ECG sensor that allows you to take a cardiogram of the heart at any time. For this, it is enough to hold your fingers on the metal corners of the case for 30 seconds. The data obtained in this way is available in a special application, and can also be uploaded to a file for subsequent consultation with a doctor. A biosensor core integrated into the back of the body is used to measure temperature, monitor heart rate and monitor blood oxygen saturation.

As for the Versa 3, this device is an improved version of the previous model. The smart watch has received an updated design, the case has become more streamlined, modern and protected (withstands immersion in water to a depth of 50 meters).

The novelty has received an advanced heart rate sensor, complemented by PurePulse 2.0 technology, which improves the accuracy of the data received. Tracking of more than 20 types of sports activity is supported, and the built-in Bluetooth module will allow you to receive incoming calls to your smartphone. Voice assistants Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa are supported, as well as Fitbit Pay proprietary contactless payment technology. The device can last up to six days without recharging.

The simple-to-use Inspire 2 fitness bracelet is aimed at people who exercise regularly. The device is capable of monitoring the heart rate around the clock, working autonomously for up to ten days. The tracker can track dozens of sports activities, and its body is well protected and can withstand immersion in water to a depth of 50 meters. Unlike the first generation model, the Inspire 2 lacks a physical button, which has been replaced by a touch button.

Already presented new items are available for pre-order. You can become the owner of the Sense and Versa 3 smartwatches by paying $ 330 and $ 230, respectively, and the Inspire 2 fitness bracelet will cost $ 100.

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