Virtual pet meets fitness tracker in the LeapBand, which tracks activity and uses it to play games. We gave it a try for ourselves.
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Feeding a virtual pet, roaring like a tiger, and earning points: Leapfrog's LeapBand aims to turn fitness into a game. Or, a pet. Hands on from New York.
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