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September 07, 2014

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Angelo

I agree with Ulysses, though I wonder at what point something like this stops being a watch and becomes a medical device you happen to wear on your wrist?

Ulysses

Not sure, but if it did become that at least I could see some value in it.

http://www.digitaltrends.com/mobile/samsung-simband-future-medical-tech/

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