This iPhone Connected Smart Cup Will Track Everything You Ever Drink
There isn’t any part of our lives which hasn’t been touched by technology and its advancements and with every new announcement, this whole phenomenon is taken to a whole new level and you cant help but feel that you will never be free from technology. This is particularly true of this current situation where we are hearing about a cup which is going to keep a track on what we are drinking and then generate some information on the drink itself.
This new cup in question is called the Vessyl which is the new project of a company called Mark One. The cup is available for pre order at a price of $99 and by the time it ships next year it is going to retail for $199.
The makers of this cup claim that it has the ability to analyze any kind of liquid which we can drink including yoghurt and smoothies. The cup is going to analyze the liquid inside it and then send over all this data to an iOS app or display it on an LCD display on the cup’s side. This is going to be some beneficial information based on the nutrition count and is perfect for those who keep a regular check on their diets. The cup operates on a rechargeable battery which is going to last for a week and it comes with a saucer which serves as a charging device.
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