Samsung Galaxy S4 health and fitness accessories Video
Samsung Galaxy S4 health and fitness accessories Video Transcript
I'm David Carnoy, executive editor for cnet.com and I'm here with the Galaxy S4 launch. The Samsung has announced them interesting health accessories. They're designed to compete with such off as the Why things wireless scale. This happens to be a Bluetooth scale. It's going to retail for around $100 when it's released at around the end of April. There's also something called the S Band that is a fit bit Nike Plus Fuel band style product that allows you to track your exercise during the day, that's gonna retail also for around $100 or so we've been told. And then there is a heart rate monitor that's in arm band heart rate monitor that is due to come out at the end of April as well for around $70. Those prices aren't exact but that's what we've been told. And these are all supposed to work with the new S Health App that will be on the new Galaxy S4 and there's some were that it may also migrate down to other products such as the Galaxy S3. I'm David Carnoy and those are the new Galaxy S Health accessories. I'm here at the S4 launch. Thanks for watching.
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