The first version of Garmin’s Vivofit featured an always-on display and the “red bar of shame” to encourage you to move. The Vivofit 2 adds audible shaming to the tracking band, as well as a backlight so you can read it in the dark.
The Vivofit 2 will sport the same $130 initial price tag like the original. It features sleep tracking, smartphone syncing, and is waterproof up to 50 meters. There is a non-rechargeable battery included which is good for about a year, at which point it will need replaced.
Look for it in the first quarter of 2015.