The Jawbone Up is a wristband that tracks your sleeping routine, workout activity, and eating habits using an accelerometer to provide its companion iOS app with data to evaluate your health and help you improve your daily habits. Unfortunately the product was quickly taken off the market after it was released do to some critical design flaws.
Nov. 6, 2011
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What You Need To Know
- Integrates the same Fullpower-MotionX engine already found in the Jawbone Era motion-controlled Bluetooth headset
- Available in three sizes: small, medium, large
- Jawbone provides a sizing guide that helps you choose the appropriate sized Up before clicking the buy button
You're fat, lazy, and not getting enough sleep. At least that's what the consumer electronics industry seems to be saying with the recent deluge of fitness devices announced. In the last month alone, we've seen the introduction of the seventh generation iPod nano with integrated Nike+ sensor, the Fitbit Ultra clip-on sensor, and Motorola's MOTOACTV knockoff of the iPod nano + LunaTik watchband. And that's not even counting the myriad of dedicated cycling, running, and swimming computers...
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