Flex is a wristband-style tracker so you wear it all the time, even while sleeping, and Fitbit has a hefty sleep-tracker system, with a nice little wrist-vibration to wake you up. The Flex uses LED lights to show you how your day is stacking up against your goal.
Sync your stats real-time directly on select iPhone and Android devices and computers. See your stats anytime. Also with some Android devices, you can tap your device to launch your Fitbit stats. You can set goals, track your activity, sleep trends, log food, workouts, and more.
iPotty for iPad potty training device keeps the child on the toilet for as long as necessary by keeping them digitally entertained.
The iPotty from CTA Digital makes it a little easier by letting parents attach an iPad to it. The kid can gape and paw at the iPad while taking care of business in the old-fashioned part of the plastic potty. There are potty training apps out there that will reward toddlers for accomplishing the deed.
The iPotty will go on sale in March, first on Amazon.com.
PEBBLE SMART WATCH
PEBBLE SMART WATCH
The watch has an LCD e-paper screen that can be seen in direct sunlight as well as a backlight, and it's water-resistant so you can swim or work out while wearing it. It brings the functionality of smartphones to the time-honoured technology of watches.
You will be able to pair the phone with an iPhone or Android phone via Bluetooth, download the Pebble app, and configure your watch to show you your text messages, emails and missed calls. You will also be able to control your music and easily change the watch faces.
An electronic fork by Hapilabs that can monitor your eating habits. It alerts you with the help of indicator lights and gentle vibrations when you are eating too fast. When you stop, how many bites you take, and the time taken between every forkful. Ideally your dining pace should have you taking a bite every ten seconds or so, and if you find yourself scoffing down a meal faster than that, the HAPIfork uses a capacitive system that will vibrate, reminding you to slow down. An accompanying app that talks to the fork over Bluetooth will also be available, letting you monitor your habits over time.
AcousticSheep's SleepPhones is a headband with two small speakers located around the ears, so it's more comfortable to wear in bed than earbuds or headphones. The headband can double as an eye mask as well.
It also have a built-in button that controls volume and playback, and should last between 5-7 hours per charge when listening to music.
A smart pillow from Innvo Labs, "intelliPillow", that automatically adjusts and changes its form as per your cushioning convenience. The pillow has inflatable chambers connected to a compressor near your bed. Every time you toss and turn, the pillow takes in your position and the compressor will deflate and inflate your pillow for the necessary shape.
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