Nokia is adding to its health accessory lineup with the launch of a new sleep tracking accessory called the Nokia Sleep, which is debuting at this year's Consumer Electronics Show.
Like Apple's own Beddit sleep tracker that it acquired back in May, the Nokia Sleep is a thin under-the-mattress accessory that has built-in movement sensors to track metrics like sleep length, heart rate, sleep quality, and snoring, which can be viewed in the accompanying Health Mate. Data is synced to your smartphone using WiFi.
Nokia Sleep will provide users with an overall sleep score as a measure of how well a night of sleep went, which is also how the Beddit sleep tracker works. It includes integration with IFTTT, so it can interface with other smart home products to do things like turn off the lights when you fall asleep.
The Nokia Sleep will be available for $99, which is $50 cheaper than the Beddit. More information about the Nokia Sleep can be found on the Nokia website.
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Whithings had a superior product however because like it was mentioned earlier, the Aura is a helluva an alarm clock and sleep aid.
[doublepost=1515474544][/doublepost]With the whithings sensor (which this is probably based on or is identical to) once the sensor detects weight on the mattress, the sensor gets inflated ever so slightly. The device is so sensitive it can read heart rate through the mattress. I’ve compared the readings to Apple Watch overnight and it’s shockingly accurate.