[CES 2011] Alivecor of Seattle, Washington, will be showcasing their new iPhonECG system at CES 2011 next week, where it is known as AliveECG. The company itself has worked together with Oregon Scientific in order to manufacture the units, and they are expected to retail for less than $100 a pop. Looks like the iPhone is getting more and more functionality every single day, and to have an ECG device with you wherever you go in your pocket is definitely something different from what one would have come to expect. Will we be able to see an Android-powered version in due time? Perhaps, but this might just see the iPhone sales figures jump by a small margin if there is a large enough uptake.
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