The heads-up display on the O_Synce Screeneye X fitness tracking visor ($180, o-synce.com) puts your training data right in your field of vision as you run. The cap records your heart rate, distance, lap times, and speed (replaces a sports watch). Pro: the battery lasts up to a week. Con: You'll still need to wear a separate heart rate strap around your chest.
Every year, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is the place for brands to introduce their newest health, fitness, and lifestyle devices. To hone in on what's hot—and avoid the flops—we’re roaming the massive trade floor in Vegas and snapping shots of the
O_Sync Screeneye X Visor
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