The $159 ultraflexible Withings Body Scale, once the pinnacle of home weight measurement, is losing its edge in the face of better competition.
If you can afford it, the $129.95 Aria Wi-Fi scale adds real-time weight tracking to Fitbit's fitness arsenal.
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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.
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Now, when you stand on a Withings scale, your body weight, fat percentage, and mass index stats can now automatically upload to a Gym Technik account.
The Wi-Fi network at the Superdome in New Orleans has been structured to handle a stunning 30,000 simultaneous connections during the big game. Rogue access points need not apply.