Re: Breaking Down the Data
Like you, @zaioius, I think Jawbone was smart to recognize not everyone is willing or able to plunk down almost $200 for a fitness band. To me, $50 (or $65, if you add the strap) is about the right price point for a device that some studies suggest gets put in the back of a drawer after approximately six months. Now, I haven't tried the new Jawbone, but the low-cost fitness tracker sounds like really good value for the money given the free software that goes with it. Out of all the (many and growing number of) these devices flooding the market in time for the holidays, I'd put this one at the top of my list to review. At least for now!