Could cheap, plastic and tetherless beat glossy, technical and sync'd?

Russell Davies gives an interesting review of the S2H Tracker on his blog. It’s a device that works like the Fitbit and tracks a user’s fitness as they wear it on their arm like a watch. Russell believes that while the design of the device might look cheap and plastic, it might hint at the future of electronics because of its ease of use. Like the Fitbit, the S2H has an online site that users can log in to in order to track their health progress but unlike the former device, there are no cables that need to be attached or wireless network to sync with. The S2H just gives a simple code you type into the Switch2Health website. Russell says:

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