Jan 18 2013, 12:31pm CST | by Shane McGlaun
We have talked about the Withings Wi-Fi connected scale several times over the years. This is the scale for adults that can keep track of your BMI, weight, and even share your readings with friends via social networks. Withings has unveiled a new version of its scale specifically designed for kids up to eight years old.
The scale works with newborn babies thanks to a folding baby basket. It also works with children all the way up to 55 pounds in weight. The scale allows you to keep track of how quickly your baby is growing and to help ensure that your baby is getting enough nutrition. The scale has integrated Bluetooth and Wi-Fi and interacts with an app.
The scale is accurate to 10 g and has a large LCD display with 120 x 58 pixel resolution. The scale measures 11 x 9.1 x 1-inch without the baby basket and weighs 3.3 pounds. Power for the scale comes from for AAA batteries. The scale is available right now for $179.95.
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