Eight’s new Smart Mattress can synchronize with a wide variety of smart devices.

Eight, a New York-based sleep technology startup, has launched the follow-up to the Eight Sleep Tracker in the form of the Smart Mattress, which utilizes the internet of things in order to track and respond to sleeping habits.

On top of its sleep-aid features, which include warmers on both sides and a built-in white noise generator, the Smart Mattress also collects data on how its user sleeps, including movement, breathing rate, and current sleep stage. This data can be exported to Apple and Google’s respective health apps or parsed through the Smart Mattress’s proprietary app, which tracks sleep information and scores over time.

The app’s built-in smart alarm can be tailored to detect the user's current stage of sleep and wake them at the ideal time in their sleep cycle, and synchronized to smart coffee makers, Phillips Hue smart lights, and Amazon Echo.

Pricing for the Smart Mattress starts at $950 for a full-size model.

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