Five smart home devices you’ve never heard of - this involves cats.
Photo source: Vessyl
The Vessyl cup, developed by San Francisco firm Mark One, is designed to help users make smarter and healthier choices in real-time.
The sensor-enabled cup, which comes in white, grey and black, works with a companion app that identifies and tracks what you drink, and measures nutrient and calorie intake.
The cup, which is available for iOS and Android, can let you know how hydrated you are, and alert you when it's time to drink again.
Users can also ask for a particular set of data to help you lose weight, reduce your caffeine intake and other goals.
Retailing at £117, the device can be pre-ordered for £59 ahead of release in early 2015.
Source: Company Press Release
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