A month after wowing attendees of the TechCrunch50 conference with its personal motion sensor and associated online service that tracks your physical activity, fitness gadget company Fitbit has raised a modest early-stage funding round.
The company has closed a $2 million round led by True Ventures, with additional money from SoftTech VC and "a group of angel investors," according to the company's statement.
The cool little product is still not available. The company site projects a December or January shipment of the first units. The funding will help kick-start the manufacturing process.