The Humon Hex is a new wearable that has been debuted at CES 2018 as a solution to keep an eye on your performance without the need for bulky equipment.
Sitting neatly on your thigh, the device will emit near-infrared light into your muscle tissue to take readings pertaining to your hemoglobin saturation and oxygenation. This will enable you to know how hard you're pushing and if you can take things a bit further or if you should slow down to ensure you aren't going too hard.
The Humon Hex wearable is suitable for athletes of all kinds and also boasts a water-resistant design to ensure rain or sweat won't render it useless. As consumers aim to take their physical activities to the next level, we could continue to see more devices that perform advanced tracking coming to market.
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