Intel teams up with 50 Cent's SMS Audio to develop headphones for fitness and athletes

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My hommie 50 cent is at it again. Processor giants Intel is teaming up with 50 Cent's SMS Audio to develop headphones designed for fitness and athletes. Intel Corporation announced  a collaboration to develop the first heart-pounding personal audio system converging lifestyle and technology innovation for an exceptional fitness experience, the headphones have biometric sensors in the ear piece which monitor heart rate, empowering users to collect fitness data and achieve peak physical performance.


 The SMS Audio BioSport In-Ear Headphones powered by Intel will bring smart exercise capabilities to athletes of all levels later this year.
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SMS Audio is dedicated to improving the way people around the world experience music by combining technology, function and style to bring a high-quality sound, comfort and fashion to every product. Intel and SMS Audio have partnered to fuse fitness with technology by combining the latest in fitness-monitoring biometric technology with high-quality audio and style.



Intel Vice President Mike Bell, SMS Audio CEO Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson, SMS Audio President Brian Nohe and the New York Knicks' Carmelo Anthony with a pair of the new SMS Audio BioSport In-Ear Headphones powered by Intel. 

"The wearable technology collaboration between 50 cent’s SMS Audio and Intel elevates our capability to bring smart exercise to consumers," said Brian M. Nohe, president of SMS Audio. "With the introduction of the SMS Audio BioSport In-Ear Headphones powered by Intel, we're now the first to provide this level of integrated, seamless and helpful biometric information to inspire customers to advance their fitness experiences."

SMS Audio BioSport In-Ear Headphones powered by Intel Specifications:

Fusing Fitness with Technology: A built-in optical sensor that continuously measures heart rate during intense exercise, states of relaxation and every moment in between - while dynamically removing noise signals caused by body motion and ambient light.






Source: Intel

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