The $159 ultraflexible Withings Body Scale, once the pinnacle of home weight measurement, is losing its edge in the face of better competition.
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The WS-30 smart scale from Withings combines Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity for a PC-free body-weight experience, giving as many as eight users their own profiles and smartphone or tablet control.
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