Kick Your Workouts up a Level with the SMS BioSport Smart Earbuds

Retailing for $149.99, Biosport in-ear headphones by SMS Audio deliver biometric monitoring and a full, dynamic sound in a good looking device. Heart rate  monitoring “BioSport” style means no more straps, batteries, or separate monitor to worry about or attach. Now you get amazing sound and accurate data to make your workouts complete and worthwhile.

The secret sauce there is Intel engineering and design. For almost seven months, Intel designers and engineers have worked with SMS Audio to bring the SMS Audio BioSport In-Ear Headphones to market.

The result is nothing short of amazing and could be a great help to elite athletes and those that use training data to optimize their performance.

Credit goes to Intel CEO, Brian Krzanich working with SMS Audio to help design the layout and circuitry, come up with the system integration,  and write the firmware that powers the many features of the BioSport Smart Earbuds.

More good news as these earbuds require no battery to charge.

With a trusted name like Intel involved in the development of these earbuds, you know they are going to shine.

Per Intel:

Intel technology is the “smart” in BioSport by SMS Audio smart earbuds. Intel developed the industrial design, circuitry, firmware, and apps integration to deliver accuracy in a wearable heart monitor.

The built-in optomechanical sensor accurately and continuously measures heart rate during intense exercise, states of relaxation, and every moment in between, while dynamically removing noise signals caused by body motion and ambient light.

They really do bring the “beat.”

These earbuds sit perfectly in your ear canal and the data that it gives is invaluable.

Visit smsaudio.com as free shipping is offered leading up to Father’s Day.

Integrate with RunKeeper as you train for your next race and have a ton of fun with these unique earbuds that do it all.

Rick Limpert

Rick Limpert is an award winning Atlanta-based freelance writer, columnist, host of The Tech of Sports Podcast and best-selling author. He has covered sports, technology and events all over the world. His works have been featured on Yahoo Sports, Yahoo News, Examiner.com, nba.com and in Sports Illustrated.

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