Samsung unveiled today the Samsung myFit YP-W1 Wellness promoting MP3 player today at the CES 2010.
The Samsung MyFit YP-W1, which features the first wellness-promoting technology, helps users monitor stress levels, fat thickness, calorie intake and burn, and exercise effectiveness.
MyFit transcends basic playback of music and videos and enters the realm of wellness information and monitoring.
MyFit measures a user’s wellness indicators and contains an exercise management program to keep people on target with their fitness goals. A built-in accelerometer automatically tracks calories burned while jogging, and users can record their caloric consumption per meal with the included food calorie database. Additional wellness applications built into the MyFit include a water intake manager and smoking cessation utility.
But more than helping to make consumers healthier, MyFit is a full-featured portable music player that features an FM radio tuner and Samsung’s DNSe 3.0 sound enhancement technology, which helps to overcome the inefficiencies and limitations of compressed audio files and generate a more realistic stereo sound. Media playback includes high quality compressed and lossless audio formats, such as MP3, WMA, OGG, and AAC, as well as MPEG4 and WMV video formats.
The Samsung MyFit with 8GB storage will be available in the first half of 2010.
Samsung also introduced today the hot Samsung IceTouch at the Consumer Electronics Show.
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