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This is a new fitness tracking watch from Philips.

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The watch is part of a new collection of devices that collect important information about your health and wellbeing and feed that data into the cloud.

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The watch tracks steps walked, calories burned, your heart rate and more basic stats.

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That data is synced with the cloud so you track your performance on your phone or tablet.

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The app then gives you feedback on your progress and goals.

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Over time you can monitor different aspects of your health and wellbeing, including how well you sleep.

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To keep you motivated, the app gives you motivational tips and quotes.

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Tell the app how much weight you want to lose and it'll plot your performance and tell you what you need to do.

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You can set different goals, like being more active or losing weight.

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Data can be broken down into different forms.

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Other bits of kit in the range include this blood pressure cuff.

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Or you can track your heart rate on the go with a smaller, portable blood pressure cuff.

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You can track your temperature over time with this smart thermometer.

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The watch is expected to go on sale in 2016.

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