Nokia's Sleep sensors know how well you slept last nightThe Nokia Sleep is a $99 sleep-tracking mattress pad with support for Amazon Alexa and IFTTT.
[MUSIC] So one of the cool things we seeing here at CES 2018 is sleep devices, and specifically we're here looking at the Nokia sleep. It is a $99 device, it's available for pre-order now but will be sold at the end End of this quarter, so some time in early spring or late winter. It is a smart sleep pad that basically goes under your mattress and you get two, for you and your partner. You put one under your side of the bed, one under their side of the bed, above the box spring but under the mattress. And it's designed to track breathing rates, heart rate and restfulness or restlessness, how much you're getting in and out of the bed and at the end of each day, week and month, you'll get a Sleep score and update on trends on how well you're sleeping, as well as recommendations on how you can actually improve your sleep. One of the really new things is that this also integrates with [UNKNOWN]. So basically, you can setup your own custom triggers. You can say, if I get out of bed then turn on my Philips LEDs or some other integrated light that I have in my home, adjust the thermostat or any other crazy Anything you want, which is a really cool integration. It also will work with Amazon Alexa, so you can do voice-activated commands. So you can say, Alexa, how did I sleep last night, and in theory, she'd be able to tell you. Thanks for watching this, guys. It's a really cool thing to see all this new sleep tech that's happening here at CS 2018 and this is a look at the Nokia Sleep. [MUSIC]