The nanit baby watch has come a long way from the bulky device that was released in the early 2000s.
The nanite technology, which is used in a variety of wearable products, has been widely used in smartwatches, smart watches, and smart watches that include heart rate and sleep monitoring, among other things.
Now, the company has released its first watch, a device that has the ability to read the nanites’ heart rate, sleep rhythm, and the ambient temperature of a room, in a manner similar to that of a thermostat.
In an interview with Business Insider, co-founder and CEO of Nanite, Jitendra Singh, shared that he hopes the device will appeal to consumers who don’t have access to any of these products, or those who can’t afford them.
He said, “We have done some research and we want to reach out to a wider segment of the market.
If you want a smartwatch with a lot of features, you can get one from us.
We also have the capacity to monitor the temperature and wake time of a person, which helps to control your behaviour.”
While the device is only available in India, Singh hopes to bring it to other countries as well, as the technology has the potential to be widely used.
“We are working on a partnership with a number of brands in India,” Singh said.
“The next phase is to expand our portfolio to include other markets.”
The company’s latest product is currently in beta testing in the U.K., and will be available on November 6, according to Singh.
Singh also shared that the company’s watch is being tested for over 30,000 users.