Ignition sequence start! As we kick off the Withings Pulse‘s launch schedule – starting with the pre-orders on our website – we asked our community why they have been eager to get their hands on the Pulse. Some already have one of our famous Internet-connected scales or our Blood Pressure Monitor and they want to self track another aspect of their health, others are already into activity trackers but want to check out the Withings Pulse because of its features.
A guest blog post by Corentin Lion – As a last year student at EDHEC business school in France, Corentin Lion is currently doing his master thesis on healthcare connected devices and their impact on our medical system. It seems logical when you know that he grew up in a family of doctors and was always trying to fix someone’s computer. Very keen on new technologies, Corentin is one of those who believe technology will revolutionize our future. Still driven by his passion, he plans on pursuing his studies doing a specialized Master’s degree in the Centrale Paris engineering school. Here’s an article about the smartphone as a medical tool Corentin wrote for the Withings blog.
We are happy to announce that the Wireless Scale WS-30 has just come out! You can now purchase it from our website and in Apple Stores in Europe and in the US, both online and in the physical stores. This is the next-generation of Withings Internet-connected bathroom scales, as our original smart scale, the Wi-Fi Body Scale, came out in 2009. The Wireless Scale comes with added connectivity at an entry-level price. Here’s everything you need to know.
We are happy to announce that our Smart Blood Pressure Monitor and Smart Baby Monitor, as well as both our body scales (the original Wi-Fi Body Scale and the upcoming Wireless Scale WS-30) work fine with Apple‘s newly released iPhone 5. Since Apple has changed the iPhone‘s connector for this new model, to use the SBPM you’ll need to plug in a 30-pin to Lightning adapter. You can purchase one from the Apple Store, here.
Since 2009, we’ve been working to invent, shape and produce smart connected devices that help you easily take care of your health and well-being.
During that time, we spent many hours thinking on how we could help people reach a healthier lifestyle, how we could simplify the way you can monitor and improve your well-being in your everyday life.
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