Functionally, Ray performs more or less identically to Shine, Misfit’s signature wearable. It monitors activity and sleep, and can deliver notifications for texts, calls, and alarms—all pretty standard fare for this genus of gadget. (Through Misfit’s Link app, it can also act as a remote control to functions like playing music and taking photos on your phone.) But Ray’s selling point isn’t technology. It’s its genuine wearability.
In terms of features, there doesn't appear to be much difference between the Misfit Ray and its Shine tracker. Instead, Ray is just another option for those who want a fitness tracker that doesn't obviously look like a tech object. It certainly doesn't look like a bracelet you'd pick up from Tiffany's, or even from Fossil, but it's a step up in terms of style from Misfit's existing devices.
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|Device||Retail Price||Battery Life||Sleep||Activity||Notifications||Alarm||Water Resistant||Heart Rate|
|Misfit Ray||$99.99||6 months|
|Jawbone UP2 Thin Strap||$69.99||7 Days||Remove|
|Misfit Flash||$29.99||6 Months||Remove|
|Misfit Shine 2||$99.99||6 months||Remove|