I'm Bridget Carey with CNET here at CES 2013.
[unk] touch my finger here is the product by Masimo iSp02.
It's a pulse oximeter.
And what it does is that it measures how much oxygen I'm getting in my blood and also my circulation and my pulse.
All by a red light that's going through my finger right now.
It's measuring how much light is going through and it blocks out
any surrounding lights with all these different side panels.
So it's doing a pretty good job making sure that all the music and the noise here is interfering.
But after [unk] for a few minutes, I'm able to measure how I'm doing.
It's good for athletes.
It's good for people who hike.
Maybe they wanna see how their oxygen intake is when they're in high altitudes.
Pilots perhaps also wanna be interested in something like this.
This company makes devices for hospitals.
So you know that they know what they're talking about when it comes to being able to do this technology
On the screen, I can also e-mail these results to myself or others.
I can track my trends, it's what I'm doing overtime.
You can get this right now on Amazon for $249.
For CNET, I'm Bridget Carey here at CES 2013 with the first look at the iSp02 Pulse oximeter.
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