Slideshow: Health devices launched at CES 2014

By Jonah Comstock
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Zensorium Tinke

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iPhone-connected pulse oximeter Tinke first made news two CES shows ago, though we haven't heard too much from it in the meantime. According to CNET, the company's big news this year is a new version of its consumer pulse ox for Android. While the iOS version plugs in to the 8- or 16-pin connector at the bottom of the user's device, the Android version syncs wirelessly via Bluetooth. Both versions measure heart rate, blood oxygen levels, respiratory rate, and heart rate variability when the user puts his or her finger and thumb on either side of the device.