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B-ON 5-in-1 MD health monitor

Measuring ECG levels

Attachment to arm cuff

Powering on

Sensors and charging

Measuring blood oxygen levels

Taking your temperature

BARCELONA -- Though the accuracy of home health monitors is still up for debate, that doesn't stop companies from manufacturing new health-related smart-devices. Touted as the "world's smallest 5-in-1" health monitor, the MD from B-ON is one of the latest products to join the market, and it was showcased this week during MWC 2015.

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At the bottom of the device is one of three sensors that help measure a user's ECG levels. In addition, a pump valve that connects to an arm cuff is at the top center.

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An arm cuff that measures blood pressure is outfitted with a mount that can attach to the MD.

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The power button located on the side of the device.

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On the left is a small slit that supports the function of the blood pressure measuring mode, and on the right is a Micro-USB charging port.

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The top sensor measures blood oxygen levels and your heart rate.

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On the side is a sensor to measure body temperature. Additionally, it doubles as one of the other sensors that measures ECG levels. Click here for more of CNET's coverage of MWC 2015.

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