The FitBit Aria Scale is Debuted at CES 2012

By: Maria Valdivieso - Published: Jan 10, 2012 • References: theverge & mashable
the Fitbit Aria Wi-Fi smart scale, which was released today at CES 2012, is truly the best friend you'll ever have if you are trying to lose weight. The intelligent scale tracks, record and -- if you are proud of your accomplishments -- allows you to share the results on the Fitbit website.

This fabulous device IDs people in detecting the fluctuations in their weight in a way that it is easy to control and therefore motivational. The scale permits up to 8 users to share it, and most surprisingly it recognizes the person as soon as he or she steps on it, making it yet another inventive addition to the CES lineup of gadgets.

The Aria can be paired with other weight and exercise-tracking devices that the company launched last year, such as the ‘Wireless Activity Tracker,’ which was launched at CES 2011. The price point of this scale is pretty elevated, but it's worth its weight in weight lost. Stats for Holistic Health Scales Trending: Older & Chilly
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