The Fitbit personal activity monitor and base station
Boxed and ready to ship, one of the first Fitbit monitors to be sent out
The blue OLED display gives information on steps, calories, distance and a picture showing overall activity level
A line of Fitbit prototypes
A screenshot of the web-based activity data analysis tool
The blue OLED display showing a few tentative steps
Fitbit is an activity monitor which conveniently clips to pants, shirt or wristband and pays careful attention to what you are doing. It counts your steps, records distance traveled and tells you how many calories you've burned. When you're not being active it'll record data on how long it takes you to fall asleep, how many times during the night you awoke and how much sleep you actually managed to get. Go within a few feet of its base station and it will automatically upload the data to a website for subsequent detailed analysis and storage.
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