There are many apps to help people manage nutrition and calorie intake but the makers of this next device are hoping their simple design will help people manage a number of daily activities in one simple place.
Called Airo, this watch-like design monitors users daily activities and delivers a whole list of information to a smart phone application.
The makers claim it can help to monitor sleep, stress, exercise and, through the use of wavelength technology, even nutrition and calorie intake.
The Airo can be pre-ordered for $149 and the makers say it will ship in 2014 in a number of sizes and colors.
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