Google Has A Cool New Wearable, But It's Not For Consumers
Google X is ready to test out its new wearable, but it won't be hitting the consumer market any time soon; and that's not necessarily a bad thing.By Leah Becerra | June 29, 2015
Google has created one of the most accurate and complex health-tracking wearables ever, and you’re probably not going to get the chance to use it.
Google X — the firm’s experimental research division — created a device you wear on your wrist that measures pulse, heart rhythms, skin temperature and a number of external factors; like noise levels and the amount of light in the area surrounding a wearer.
Sounds like the perfect fitness tracker, and maybe even sleep monitor? Too bad it isn’t ever going to hit the consumer market.