Fitbit launches Inspire and Inspire HR Trackers Meant for Business Users

Fitbit's upcoming fitness tracker leaks in colorful images

While many health insurance providers give out Apple Watches as a way of improving (and tracking) customer lifestyle, the Fitbit Inspire is considerably more bare bones.

The more advanced version named Fitbit Inspire HR has additional features such as exercise modes, pace, and distance tracking, cardio fitness levels, 24/7 heart rate tracking, and sleep stages monitoring and come in the color options of black, white/black and lilac.

Fitbit has quietly launched a new fitness tracker but you can not buy it like the company's previous products.

How much it costs is a mystery, but that's most likely because it'll vary from deal to deal depending on how many employees need one and - let's be honest - the turnover of the company in question. The tracker comes with a touch screen for interaction and can be used while swimming.

The Fitbit Inspire HR comes with heartbeat tracking among other added features. A clip accessory is sold separately though. "These special release trackers are available exclusively through Fitbit corporate, wellness, health plan, and health systems partners and customers of their organizations, participants, and members", Fitbit said on the official site for Inspire, though the product didn't get much of a flashy launch, probably because its heavy focus on commercial customers.

Fitbit has introduced a basic fitness tracker that it created to be handed out free to end users, Tech Radar is reporting. The images reveal the fitness tracker in Pink and Blue color options and are expected to offer more options when it is unveiled. Both the new trackers aim business users.

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