It doesn't do anything that most other fitness tracker don't. It just looks better doing it. The Withings Go uses a circular E Ink display to show your current progress in real time, while also functioning as a watch. It's water resistant down to 50 meters, so you can wear it in the shower, rain, pool, or ocean, automatically syncs with the well-designed Health Mate app, giving you in-depth metrics on your activity and sleep, and comes with a clip and wristband, so you can wear it like a watch, clip it to your belt, shoe, or pocket, or just throw it in your pocket like a coin. And don't worry about nightly charging — thanks to the E Ink screen, it can run up to eight months without needing to change its standard button cell battery.
There are tons of gadgets to help keep you fit. Fitness trackers, heart monitors, and smart scales, for example. Normally they all come from different companies with different designs. The Under Armour Healthbox brings all three together in a simple, unified solution. Designed and built by HTC, the kit includes the UA Band, which tracks activity, workouts, sleep, and can display stats while you're exercising, the UA Heart Rate, a compact, accurate monitor, and UA Scale, a Wi-Fi enabled scale that measures weight and body fat percentage. All three connect to the UA Record app to provide an in-depth look at your health and fitness, and how to improve both.