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Briefly: OMsignal smart shirts, Adata's SDXC UHS-Speed Class 3 Cards

updated 10:17 pm EDT, Sat May 10, 2014

OMsignal smart shirts now available for pre-order

Montreal-based company OMsignal has begun accepting orders from customers for its four models of smart shirts. Able to track the wearer's heart rate, breathing rate, breathing volume, movement, calories burned, overall movement intensity and heart rate information. A small module clips into the shirt to provide power for up to three days of normal use, which communicates wirelessly with the OMsignal app on one's smartphone. The shirts are intended to be worn under clothing for everyday activities, as well as using it explicitly for sport. Shipping this summer, OMSignal pre-order pricing starts at $200 for undershirt, sleeveless, t-shirt and long-sleeved shirt styles.



Adata Technology launches new memory cards for 4K2K devices

Adata Technology has announced the launch of its XPG and Premier Pro series SDXC UHS-I Speed Class 3 (U3) memory cards. Its write speeds are increased by 750 percent and 500 percent compared to the UHS-I U1. Specifically designed for 4K2K ultra-high definition devices, the cards are ideal for burst-mode photography and high-resolution videos. Available in 64GB and 128GB sizes, pricing starts at $65.



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