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CES 2016: 10 Products That Brought IoT To The Next Level

Lindsey O'Donnell

Sleep Number's It Bed

Sleep Number debuted its smart connected It Bed -- an IoT-enabled bed with biometric sensors that gather sleeping data, allowing it to track users' movements, heart rate, breathing and sleep status hundreds of times per second. This data will combine to generate a SleepIQ, so that users of the It Bed can check on how well they sleep.

But beyond that, the It Bed can also be connected to other smart devices throughout the house -- so that the thermostat can be changed to a temperature better suited for sleeping patterns, for instance. It Bed will come in six sizes, from twin to king, and will start at $1,000.

 
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