Now you can track your diet, exercise and sleep patterns with a wristband device called UP, revealed last week by Bluetooth headset manufacturer Jawbone.
UP will be sold with a mobile application that analyses health data captured by the wristband, and makes personal recommendations and challenges based on your set of lifestyle goals.
Depending on your style, the wristband could just pass as a trendy bracelet, and is available in white, grey and blue, according to PSFK, which managed to get an early view of UP and find out more details.
PSFK said that the wristband also vibrates when its wearer has set health related reminders or alerts, and can be charged by removing a cap at one of the ends.
The Jawbone press release is scarce on details, and does not go into prices, but does say that it will go on sale later this year.
"We are focused on creating a highly accessible solution that integrates seamlessly into a user's daily life with the goal of making it absolutely easy for them to live better," said Jawbone chief executive Hosain Rahman in the press release.
The wristband was revealed at TED Global 2011 in Edinburgh, a conference that discusses upcoming technology, entertainment and design.
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