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Fitness tech steps up its game at Consumer Electronics Show

Friday, January 8, 2016 - 05:50
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The In&motion Smart Ski Vest can help skiers develop correct positioning for a better downhill run.
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Run Rockets and Digital Ski sensors can be attached to shoes and skis to help athletes train.
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SmartPlate by Fitly has digital cameras to help dieters take control of their meals.
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Sony Smart-B Trainer has features that include heart rate monitor, GPS, accelerometer, compass, gyro and barometer.
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The Omron Project Zero blood pressure monitor is worn on the wrist.

Las Vegas

IT'S not last year's fitness tracker anymore. New technology on display at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) gets deeper into your skin, heart and muscle to help boost performance and health for competitive athletes as well as weekend warriors.

From German-based startup

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