Sleep trackers, earbuds, and smart beds | Kristen Radtke / The Verge
Sleep tech runs the gamut from trackers and apps to expensive smart beds, but it doesn’t all address the same issues. Are you trying to see how your sleep impacts your athletic performance? Hoping to mask the sound of a snoring partner? Before you pull out your wallet, you should know how a gadget will help you achieve your specific sleep goals.
One factor to keep in mind is how well a device fits your lifestyle. There’s no point in wrist-based sleep trackers if you wake up in the middle of the night to take them off. If you can’t wear a watch, earbuds, or a ring to bed, you may want to look into non-invasive options like the Withings Sleep, Amazon Halo Rise, or the Google Nest Hub.
Excellent battery life will also make sleep tracking a…