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8 Cool Wearable Tech Devices That Stole The Show At CES 2020

Wearables are going everywhere, from your forehead to your dog! CRN gives a preview of where on your body, or elsewhere, you can expect to wear the next big thing.

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Beddr SleepTuner

The Beddr SleepTuner is a small wearable that aims to “treat the root causes of sleep issues" by monitoring a variety of things, such as poor sleep hygiene, insomnia and sleep apnea. The device – which syncs with a smartphone app and affixes to the forehead – monitors overnight oxygen saturation and heart rate as well as sleep duration and the impact of sleep positions on breathing and oxygen levels. Weighing less than a nickel and measuring smaller than a stamp, the device is made to be worn comfortably on the forehead overnight. The device — which comes with a protective case, a quick start guide, 12 hypoallergenic adhesives and a USB-c charging cable — costs $149. Beddr also plans to offer a four-week sleep coaching program using data from the app for $199.

 
 
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