The point of this new type of wearable, as Samsung likes to call it, is to make activity tracking tech appealing to the wider audience.
The Personal Activity Intelligence (PAI) index is a personalized reflection of each user's body response to physical activity based on heart rate.
The Korean giant may announce its latest wearable with round screen during the upcoming Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain from February 22 to 26.
In this post we look at smaller products or at least products made by lesser known companies that were unveiled during CES 2016.
The device works similar to a pulse oximeter with the addition of 8 LEDs to allow for the extreme sensitivity to accurately and precisely measure hemoglobin.
The sensor-laden "It" bed goes beyond sleep monitoring to actually do something about your sleep by adjusting its firmness level for your comfort.
Designed to be placed under the skin, the company's biosensor is a flexible fiber, 3-5 mm long and approximately 500 microns in diameter.
The company's dermatological skincare brand, La Roche-Posay, will start offering the My UV Patch along with a companion mobile app later this year.
The patch is attached onto one's chest from where it can read the heart rate, sleep and activity in real-time and send the data to connected devices.
The Foundry will open in February at the TMC Innovation Institute in Houston, with focus on healthcare innovations connecting caregivers and patients.