iHealth Blood Pressure Monitoring System debuting at CES

iHealth Blood Pressure Monitoring System debuting at CES
Healthcare is probably the only major field in which the smartphone evolution has made little to no progress. But now it seems this is finally set to change with several devices such as the iHealth Blood Pressure Monitoring System compatible with the iPhone, the iPad and the iPod touch. In addition to being a charger, the iHealth BP3 dock will help people check their blood pressure and pulse for a price of $99.95.

The device works with a free app that is expected to come out on iTunes today. Call us crazy, but this gets us more excited than the latest release of Angry Birds and we certainly hope to see more gadgets with such practical inclination. Check out our feed regularly as we will be at the CES very soon with the latest gizmos!

source: iHealth via Engadget

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