- Durability Construction is made to last.
- Portability It can go anywhere and is rugged in design.
- Ease of use Current model is limited to Wireless 802.11b networks only, limiting users to a slower protocol than the current Wireless N standard.
- Design and form factor The glass-top design and bubbled-plastic base are sleek and modern. The base provides a stable platform that will stay level on most bathroom floors.
Setup is a snap. Like its activity tracker counterparts in the Fitbit line, the Aria integrates easilly with a variety of web, computer, and mobile device apps, as well as many 3rd-party health and diet planning services.
Only downside is that the wireless network connection is limited to 802.11b networks, Since I run an all wireless N. network at home, and didn't want to drop back to a slower b/g/n compatibility mode, addition of another wireless router was required. WiFi capabilities in the scale could use an update.
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