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LG Gets Fits With Introduction Of LG Lifeband Touch and LG Heart Rate Earphones To Canada #CES2014

LG Lifeband TouchIt looks like LG is getting into the fit-tech business, this week at CES they announced their new LG Lifeband Touch and LG Heart Rate Earphones, two wearable products that mark the company’s first foray into fitness tech.   The new products not only work with LG devices, but also other manufacturer’s devices which means that monitoring one’s health requires no additional effort beyond strapping on a watch and inserting a pair of headphone earbuds.

The Lifeband Touch is an activity tracker which monitors your heart rate, which work in conjunction with the Heart Rate Earphones.  Lifeband Touch and Heart Rate Earphones can wirelessly link up to each other, creating a seamless wearable ecosystem. Connected to smartphones (Android and iOS supported), the devices can transmit data to the intuitive, easy-to-use LG Fitness app, or to a number of other third party apps such as MyFitnessPal, Runkeeper or MapMyFitness.

Lifeband Touch also has a touch OLED panel to display time, biometrics, incoming calls and music controls, the built-in 3-axis accelerometer and altimeter allows the device to accurately measure key performance indicators such as distance, speed, number of steps, calories burned and projected pace. All this information is visible with a swipe of a finger on the OLED display. Engineered to be lightweight and simple to use, it incorporates a unique motion-sensing algorithm that automatically turns on the display when the wearer rotates his or her wrist. Lifeband Touch also offers wireless connectivity via Bluetooth to transmit data to a smartphone or receive data from third party devices such the Heart Rate Earphones.
LG’s Heart Rate Earphones incorporate their PerformTek sensor technology which measures blood flow signals from the inner part of the ear to capture accurate biometric data such as heart rate and maximal oxygen consumption (VO2 max).