Adidas adds new MiCoach to fitness tracker team

The MiCoach Fit Smart band measures workout intensity while providing coaching, FitRPG turns Fitbit data into a game, and the LG Kizon bracelet keeps track of children with GPS.

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  • Learn about the new Adidas MiCoach Fit Smart wristband, which goes on sale Aug. 15.
  • Turn your Fitbit data into an role-playing game with the new app FitRPG.
  • Track your child's location with LG's Kizon. It's pretty large for a kid's wrist, but maybe they won't mind the size if you buy the Hello Kitty cover. There are other types of products that also track location, such as the Trax.

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