Jawbone is introducing two new fitness activity trackers, including its next-generation UP3 wristband wearable that will one day know when you’re dehydrated, stressed and fatigued.
Sleek in design and significantly smaller than its previous UP24 model — check out the picture above for the difference in size — the UP3 ($179) comes with advanced activity features that can differentiate exercises, such as swimming, running and tennis, to better gauge calories. It also includes sleep tracking, which can signify REM, light and deep sleep
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Unlike many newer fitness tracker models, Jawbone decided not to incorporate a display or smartwatch-like notification features that are popping up on competitors such as the Fitbit Charge HR and the Microsoft Band. Instead, you can tap the top of the device to see lights that indicate how close you are to your daily goal. More data is displayed on the corresponding app …