Jawbone, the popular fitness tracker manufacturer, has just released two new fitness trackers: the Up3 and Up Move. Keeping in line with its previous UP devices, Jawbone didn’t put a screen on its new two fitness trackers, juts sensors and LED lights. The Jawbone Up 3 and Up Move are compatible with both Apple and Android devices. Jawbone said that Windows Phone compatibility will be coming soon to all their devices, including the Up 3 and Up Move.
The Up 3 is the most expensive out of the two fitness trackers from Jawbone, costing $180. It doesn’t just use one sensor to detect the user’s heart rate, but a combination of sensors. They include bioimpedance sensors, a tri-axis accelerometer, skin and ambient temperature sensors. Jawbone claims that a key indicator of overall heart health is the resting heart rate.
The Up 3 also features advanced functions that will monitor your sleep and can detect and classify the type of activity the wearer is performing. For example, they can tell if you’re walking or playing tennis.
Naturally, the Up 3 has no display, and it relies of the smartphone app to display the biometrics data collected and to organize it. The Up 3 fitness tracker will be available later this year on the Jawbone website and in Best Buy and Apple stores.
The Up Move only costs $50 and it is an entry level fitness tracker. It’s got basic functions, such as an accelerometer to track exercise, steps and calories burned and it can also give you some basic facts about your sleep patterns. As with the Up 3, the biometrics data will be presented to you in the Jawbone app on your smartphone.
The device will be available on the official Jawbone website, in Best Buy and Apple stores and Target stores at the end of this month. The Up Move uses replaceable batteries.
Travis Bogard, Jawbone’s Vice President of product management, said in a statement:
Up Move is a fun, easy way to track activity, and at just $49.99, it’s a great option for anyone at the beginning of a fitness or weight loss journey.