Biosport in-ear earphones by SMS Audio convey biometric monitoring and full, dynamic sound in a single device. Coordinated heart observing means no more straps, batteries, or separate monitors —simply astonishing sound to drive your exercise. The SMS Audio BioSport Headphones include professionally tuned 12 millimeters drivers to convey fresh vocals, tight bass and dynamic mid-tones. This is studio aced sound in a hurry.
Intel® innovation is the "brilliant" in BioSport* by SMS Audio shrewd earbuds. Intel built up the mechanical outline, hardware, firmware, and applications joining to convey exactness in a wearable heart screen. The inherent optomechanical sensor precisely and persistently measures heart rate amid exceptional exercise, conditions of unwinding, and each minute in the middle of, while progressively expelling commotion signals caused by body movement and encompassing light.
Each Heartbeat Counts
Brilliant earbuds highlight an inherent optical sensor that screens your heart rate without ties, wires, or batteries. It quantifies changes in blood move through the vessels for exact heart rate location.
Feel the Music - Professionally tuned 12mm drivers to deliver crisp vocals,tight bass and dynamic mid-tones. This is studio masteredsound on the go.
Lose the Strap - Now you can track your heart rate while listening to yourfavorite tracks without an uncomfortable strap ormultiple devices.
Dive In - SMS Audio BioSport Earbuds are IPX4 rated forresistance to sweat and water.
Throw out the Batteries - The 3.5 mm gold-plated audio jack delivers all the poweryou'll ever need for biometric monitoring. There isnothing to replace or recharge.
- Biometric Earbud with heart rate monitor
- Professionally tuned 12mm drivers deliver tight bass and dynamic mid-tones.
- No need for uncomfortable straps or multiple devices.
- IPX4 rated for resistance to sweat and water.
- 3.5 mm gold-plated audio jack delivers all the power you'll ever need for biometric monitoring. Nothing to replace or recharge.
- Intel Inside for smart monitoring