The American company Fitbit officially introduced three new inkling devices: Inspire 3 and 2 smart hours, Sense 2 and Versa 4, all of which are already available for pre-ordering at a price of $299 and 95 cents for Sense 2, 229 dollars and 95 cents for Versa 4 and 99 dollars and 95 cents for Inspire 3.
Smart hours provide continuous monitoring of heart rate, physical activity, stress level, and sleep quality. New language autonomy is six days. Sense 2 is equipped with a continuous electrodermal activity sensor that measures the activity of sweat glands associated with emotional excitation.
Inspire 3 received a coloured OLED Display instead of the old monochrome, as well as a new oxygen saturation sensor. Autonomity up to 10 days. Meanwhile, Samsung announced game monitors with her own operations and support for cloud gaming services.