Fitbit says that it is the first and only wristband to offer Bluetooth 4.0 synchronisation, which means it will transfer data to and from a compatible smartphone and tablet, similar to its clip products. The company hopes that the wristband will “accelerate the category growth by becoming the first and only brand to offer a clip and wristband tracker option.” The company has already opened preorders, at $99.95, with deliveries expected to begin in Spring 2013. (via Fitbit looks beyond the clip with new Flex activity and sleep wristband, coming Spring 2013 for $99.95 - The Next Web)

Fitbit says that it is the first and only wristband to offer Bluetooth 4.0 synchronisation, which means it will transfer data to and from a compatible smartphone and tablet, similar to its clip products. The company hopes that the wristband will “accelerate the category growth by becoming the first and only brand to offer a clip and wristband tracker option.” The company has already opened preorders, at $99.95, with deliveries expected to begin in Spring 2013. (via Fitbit looks beyond the clip with new Flex activity and sleep wristband, coming Spring 2013 for $99.95 - The Next Web)

  1. futurision reblogged this from thenextweb and added:
    Fitbit, the company that I had blogged before has launched wristbands, again i love their simple design!
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    What do you think? Will you be using this for your 2013 fitness goals?
  5. antandsyn reblogged this from thenextweb and added:
    this looks fucking awesome. Now it just has to support wifi direct
  6. chapter-tk reblogged this from thenextweb and added:
    I kind of really want this…
  7. jpbertram reblogged this from thenextweb and added:
    Content with my Fitbit One, but interested in how this will challenege Nike Fuelband.
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