Wearable devices maker Misfit at CES 2016 announced new products that build on its expertise in health and fitness tracking. A new activity tracker from the company, called the Ray, tracks your movement and sleep and resembles a bracelet with a cylindrical aluminum body.
Another new product from Misfit, a first for the company: the Specter in-ear wireless headphones with dual driver technology and a built-in accelerometer sensor for tracking your activity and sleep when worn.
Housed inside an anodized aluminum shell with hidden 8-mm spring bars that allow it to be worn with almost any standard accessory—including watch bands, bracelets or necklaces—the Ray’s three-axis accelerometer captures steps taken, distance traveled, calories burned, sleep duration and quality and supports activity tagging.
The accessory is water-resistant to 50 meters, has a replaceable button cell batteries with six-month life and a multicolor LED display. It also sports piezoelectric vibration that provides incoming call and text alerts, alarms and movement reminders.
Created in partnership with 1MORE, Misfit’s first-ever headphones feature Bluetooth connectivity, dual driver technology for wide dynamic range and a built-in accelerometer for capturing your movement and sleep data when worn, including steps taken, distance travelled, calories burned and sleep duration and quality.
Other features of the Specter include noise isolation technology that allows only necessary ambient noise via stereo microphones, hearing protection safeguards hearing health, magnetic ear buds, a built-in line mic and more.
The Ray is available in Carbon Black and Rose Gold. It can be pre-ordered today from $99 and is set to ship in Spring 2016. The Specter is coming later this year. Both devices are compatible with Misfit’s inexpensive gadget, the Link, and its mobile app.
For more information, check out the Misfit website.
Source: Misfit 1, 2