Jawbone today revealed the third iteration of its UP wristband, which showcases an adjustable design as well as a variety of new sensors that better track rest as well as physical exertion.
Jawbone has added a brand-new tri-axis accelerometer, skin and also ambient temperature sensing units, and also set of “bioimpedance” sensing units that enable the UP3 to evaluate a large range of biometric data. The UP3 can determine relaxing heart rate and can track in-depth sleep phases including REM sleep, light sleep, and also deep sleep. The device could also identify the type of exercise being done and also categorize activities like tennis, running, cross-training, as well as much more.
The UP3 makes use of the biometric data to power what Jawbone calls the “Smart Coach”, which is an attribute developed right into the UP application that tracks progress and also makes suggestions based upon a user’s recent actions. For instance, acquiring 2 hrs of deep rest creates the Smart Coach to educate the individual regarding the extra power they’ll have throughout the day, while finishing a prolonged tennis suit activates a reminder to reconstruct energy by eating a meal. The Smart Train additionally improves its recommendations as additional activities is tracked and also more activities are completed on the UP3.
The UP3 likewise now showcases a slim layout that can be readjusted to match wrists of different sizes, as well as is made out of a resilient aluminum material. Jawbone states the UP3 rises to 7 days of electric battery life and is water immune. The Jawbone UP3 will certainly be readily available later on this year for $$ 179.99 at the firm’s own site and also will likewise be sold at Apple Stores as well as Best Buy places. Jawbone is likewise introducing the $$ 49.99 UP Move, that includes an accelerometer and support for Smart Coach functionality.