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Sense Sleep Monitor

We spend a huge portion of our lives in bed — so maximizing that experience can have huge benefits. The Sense Sleep Monitor is designed to do exactly that. This new system tracks not just your movement during sleep — which it does with a small sensor that clips onto your pillow — but the environment in which you sleep, thanks to an ambient light sensor, high-sensitivity microphone, thermometer, and humidity sensor. In addition to giving you more knowledge about your sleep patterns, it also acts as a smart alarm, waking you at just the right moment to give you the best possible start to your day.

  • Tomtom Runner Cardio GPS Watch

    If you're into fitness, you know by now that monitoring your heart rate is pretty much the best way to determine the effect your workout has on your body at any given moment — but you also know what a pain it can be to track consistently. The Tomtom Runner Cardio GPS Watch uses a sensor that casts light through the skin in your wrist, accurately measuring bloodflow without the need for a separate chest strap. With five intensity zones, you can tailor your workout to meet your needs, whether you're training for speed, endurance, or fat loss. And since it's weather resistant, durable, and has a long-lasting battery, you can rest assured it will outlast you on even your best day.

  • Atlas Fitness Tracker

    So many fitness trackers — and so few of them that can do more than one thing. The Atlas Fitness Tracker promises to track everything. This wrist-mounted device features an active display, a heart rate monitor, x, y, and z axis tracking and advanced software. It knows what exercise you're doing, and can also give you feedback on whether you're cheating or using proper form. It's waterproof, so it can also track swimming exercises, and knows the difference between breaststroke, freestyle, and everything else. In addition, it can actually learn new exercises, so whether you're training at your local gym of lifting boulders and swinging swords in the wilderness, it can adapt. Try that with your average clip-on sensor.