Formally unveiled a couple of days ago and immediately put up for pre-order in the US, Fitbit’s “most advanced health smartwatch” yet is only scheduled to begin shipping in late September. But early Fitbit Sense adopters may have to wait even longer for one of the product’s main features to actually be enabled.
For those unaware of its benefits, an electrocardiogram records the electrical signal from your heart to check for signs of atrial fibrillation, a potentially fatal condition that affects more than 33.5 million people globally. While a $330 smartwatch is by no means to be considered an infallible and professional medical device, its aim will be to help unsuspecting users to get to a doctor early and receive the assistance needed to keep such issues in check.
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