In the increasingly connected world of 2012, WiFi-enabled household gadgetry is becoming more and more common. We have televisions with Internet browsers, refrigerators that offer built-in computers and thermostats you can control remotely.
So, how about bathroom scales that beam the results of your latest weigh-in to the cloud? Fitbit's Aria Wi-Fi Smart Scale tracks weight, body fat percentage and BMI, and automatically uploads the data, via Wi-Fi, to a Fitbit online profile.
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The Aria costs $129.95, considerably more than a traditional set of scales, but many consider the price tag a worthy investment. We have tested the system, so if you're interested in a high-tech, connected way to monitor your weight, take a look through the gallery below.
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1. Fitbit Aria Wi-Fi Smart Scale
Being healthy isn't about how much you weigh; it's about eating well, exercising often and looking after yourself. Given the pressure from society to be thin, and the obsessive way some people monitor their weight, we approached the Aria scales with a little trepidation. Could a gadget that encourages regular weigh-ins be a positive thing? We went hands-on to find out.
This story originally published on Mashable here.