Fitbit Ionic fitness tracker

Fitbit's new fitness tracker the Fitbit Ionic has a uni-body watchcase made using nano-molding technology. In a first, the device comes with Sp02 sensor that is used to track diseases like Sleep Apnea by testing blood oxygen levels. It also features Fitbit Coach that offers on-device step-by-step instructions for seven minutes workout, 10 minutes abs and treasure chest. It is also capable of suggesting dynamic workouts based on feedback users provide via their wrist. Courtesy its Run Detect feature, the Fitbit Ionic automatically tracks run with GPS tracking showing real-time pace and distance. It automatically pauses when users take a break and resumes again. According to Fitbit, the integrated antenna inside Ionic provide a stronger connection to GPS and GLONASS satellites, delivering industry-leading GPS performance. The Fitbit Ionic has enhanced PurePulse heart rate tracking that is claimed to be more accurate during exercises and better at measuring calorie burn with real-time heart rate zones. It also has additional features like storing and playing music (courtesy the 2.5 GB of storage) and will soon also be equipped to make payments using Fitbit Pay. The fitness tracker is claimed to last multiple days on a single charge and 10 hours of continuous usage with GPS or playing music.