Jawbone today revealed the 3rd iteration of its UP wristband, which showcases a modifiable design and also a number of new sensors that better track rest as well as physical activity.
Jawbone has included a brand-new tri-axis accelerometer, skin and also ambient temperature sensing units, as well as collection of ‘bioimpedance’ sensing units that enable the UP3 to analyze a vast range of biometric information. The UP3 could assess resting heart rate as well as can track detailed sleep phases including Rapid Eye Movement rest, light sleep, and also deep rest. The tool can also identify the kind of workout being carried out and identify activities like tennis, running, cross-training, as well as more.
The UP3 uses the biometric data to power what Jawbone calls the ‘Smart Train’, which is an attribute developed right into the UP app that monitors progress and also makes ideas based upon a customer’s recent actions. For instance, getting 2 hrs of deep sleep triggers the Smart Train to educate the customer about the extra energy they’ll have throughout the day, while completing an extended tennis match activates a suggestion to reconstruct power by eating a dish. The Smart Train likewise improves its tips as even more activities is tracked and a lot more tasks are completed on the UP3.
The UP3 likewise now includes a slim layout that can be readjusted to fit wrists of various dimensions, and also is made out of a durable aluminum product. Jawbone claims the UP3 stands up to seven days of battery life and also is water immune. The Jawbone UP3 will be offered later this year for $179.99 at the company’s own web site and also will likewise be marketed at Apple Stores and also Finest Buy locations. Jawbone is also releasing the $49.99 UP Move, which includes an accelerometer as well as support for Smart Train functionality.