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First Look: Nike's Lunar Hyperdunk+ tracks your moves on the court

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First Look: Nike's Lunar Hyperdunk+ tracks your moves on the court

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At $250, these are expensive even for shoe and basketball enthusiasts. While some may like the design, I wasn't the biggest fan. Given the price and limitations of what it can do, I can't recommend these shoes for the average Joe or even folks who get on the court on a regular basis.

I've run -- with cnet.com and today we're taking a first look at -- lunar hype about plots. Smart -- that tracks how well you have asked a court. -- -- subtle way quickly the hampered plus didn't do much improvement Wii game but thanks Nike plus -- while technology. Achilles track how awful analyst from game to game. And there are several components initiative first top of the pressure sensors Exxon -- issues themselves. These help measure how quickly move and how high job as well as give you Nike fuel score to the company's own measurement activity. Underneath the consoles are -- where you can put in these Bluetooth sensors which act as a bridge between your shoes and your IOS device and Nike plus basketball. Got Jessica a few games in addition the results were mixed bag the presentation -- the -- was fantastic giving me stats and attractive presentation. And -- showing in real time how much pressure -- upon issues. I can also appreciate the technology that when these things which fill light and comfortable where despite extra sensors. I've found so wanting more from issues. Witnessed the vertical -- -- rain would not steps are total distance traveled. Nike says this is just the beginning -- Nike plus basketball and look forward to seeing what other metrics -- -- to outline. -- talked about Nike -- previously in my review the field as a said that if you buy the concept it can be great motivational tool. Byproducts are actually more accurate because senses issues rather -- your -- It's hard to think activity when you've got to move. A Bluetooth connection between issues in the app broke a lot and while the data -- an issue. Constantly needing to sync up information was -- -- It's tough -- of the guys need another minute issue positive -- And 250 dollars is expensive even for shoes basketball -- -- -- or something like design I -- the biggest fan. You got a lot of money to burn are really intense about basketball and give these -- shot. But given the price of limitations when it can do I can't recommend issues for the average than folks again in the core regular basis. Sell Nike has to be commended for pushing the boundaries when it comes to integrating technology with sport scare. I'm looking forward to seeing what comes out for cnet.com -- Chang and this has been a first look at -- that are at about plus.

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