Withings demonstrates iPhone interface for scale, blood pressure readings, baby monitor - TiPb at CES 2011

Withings is already well known for their internet-enabled scale but now they're also introducing blood pressure readings and a baby monitor that all share and report data back to your iPhone over Wi-Fi or 3G. The scale is a handy way to keep a record and track your weight over time. Likewise the blood pressure interface. The baby monitor offers full audio and video whether you're across the hall, across town, or halfway across the world.

We got the full tour, live at CES 2011 Unvelied. Check out the video above and pictures after the break!

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flip_8 says:

If they are accurate the blood pressure monitor would be great for my wife, and the baby monitor is great compared to what we used when our kids were young

Redshirt says:

I thought CES started Thursday? Is there early coverage or something?

iTroldahl says:

There is early coverage. Officially CES kicks off from the 6th through the 9th!

Joan Hamill says:

Hey, I discovered your blog on Bing and thought its informative. I will bookmark your site and check back soon. Have a good day!

HaPi76 says:

All we need now is a hand-held wireless sensor then "boom": iPhone becomes a tricorder (with appropriate cydia skin)!
It's amazing that the future is finally here today!

Glenn#IM says:

Any price range for the products? Really nice. I would like to see something similar for testing blood glucose for diabetics.

iTroldahl says:

That French guy kinda sucked at describing what his product does... Thanks Rene for saying what he wasn't!

george brown says:

Great scale with many great features , can be connected to PC or iPhone .