Fitbit Develops Alta HR To Give Sleep Insights, A Technological Breakthrough?

Mar 07, 2017 11:11 AM EST | Leian N.

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The Fitbit Alta HR was released for the public, not only to take track of heart rates but also to foresee sleep stages and sleep insights. The product can analyze people's sleeping patterns and incorporate the feature into a machine that has tracked human activity since 2012.

During 2012, the company created the product with the capacity to analyze people's sleep. In fact, there had been 3 billion nights off sleep that they have covered through the years with personalized recommendations on how users could improve their sleeping patterns for better wellness. However, these features do not stand alone with the updated Fitbit Alta HR which can now track down sleep stages and sleep insights instead of just providing recommendations to users, reported Digital Trends.

The updated features include the Sleep Stages feature that provide accurate estimates on how the user can spend their nights with light, deep, or Rapid Eye Movement sleep depending upon their sleeping patterns and which among the three is appropriate for a particular day. On top of which, the PurePulse is also included in the package wherein continuous automatic heart rate tracking is continually achieved with the latest Fitbit Charge 2.

The gadget will be available for purchase this spring to which features may be accessible through iOS, Android, and Windows platforms. On top of which, PC Advisor reported that the gadget is easy to use with its slim characteristics. It remains fashion-conscious but improved its services and allows users to choose whether they like the band in white, gray, black, fuchsia, soft pink, or gunmetal stainless steel.

The Fitbit Alta HR has a price tag of £129.99 which can be purchased through the company's website. With its updated features, has the gadget transformed into that type of technological product which every healthy person should possess?

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