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Measure your weight, BMI, and percentage body fat with the new Fitbit Aria Wi-Fi Smart Scale. The attractive home gadget also links to Fitbit's powerful suite of online tools for in-depth analysis and planning of your fitness goals.
Fitbit's Aria Wi-Fi Smart Scale is sleek, attractive, and sends your weight to the cloud.
Rafe Needleman weighs in on the Fitbit Aria Wi-Fi scale.
The maker of a wireless clip-on activity tracker unveils a $129-scale due out in April that recognizes as many as eight different users for personal weight and body fat tracking.