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December 10, 2013

"Bracelet ‘Automatically Monitors Nutrition, Stress, Exercise and Sleep’"

If it really does what it's supposed to do, I'd probably buy it. (But it's not scheduled to be available until next fall.)

The AIRO is described by its creators as a “sleek wristband” with the ability to instantly analyze stress patterns, sleep quality and the amount of calories consumed by the wearer, among other vital statistics.


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