The plug-in fingertip reader on Masimo's iSpO2 pulse oximeter ($250, iSpO2.com) uses LED lights to turn your iPhone, iPad or iPod into a pulsometer. In addition to a pulse reading, the device also measures blood oxygenation levels, which can be a huge help to anybody training for a high-altitude hike or climb.
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
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