The Thermo by Nokia is Smart Temporal Thermometer that connects via an app (because if it doesn’t come with an app these days it doesn’t really exist), and uses an infrared sensor to get an accurate reading in a non-invasive way. It all comes in a rather stylish package and the thermometer itself has a tactile feeling about it, and comfortably fits the hand making it ideal for grabbing and using in low lights without the fear of dropping it on your patient’s face.
The Steel HR is the first activity tracker of its kind, with a heart rate monitor that can offer a long-lasting battery life of 25 days before it needs recharging. It comes with a stylish, classic watch body that compliments your gym outfit as well as your evening wear. The Steel HR has both an analogue dial and digital display, and a soft silicone strap with a traditional metal buckle. It is available in 36mm or 40mm, black or white, with a whole host of alternative straps, including leather, to suit your style.
Withings have recently been bought by Nokia, and our first review of the new brand is the Nokia Body Cardio Heart Health & Body Composition Wi-Fi scales. This scales offer you a comprehensive picture of your health just by stepping on; they provide readings on weight, BMI, body fat, water percentage and muscle and bone mass, as well as cardiovascular health via heart rate and pulse wave velocity,, which is recognised by the medical community as the best stand-alone indicator of overall cardiovascular health.