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Nike's SportBand passes FCC, bypasses Apple

Thomas Ricker, @trixxy
February 21, 2008
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Well what do you know, the Nike+ product line continues to evolve. This time, however, Apple's iPod appears to be out of the picture. Based on that illustration above, the 2.62 x 2.62-inch Nike+ SportBand device wedges its way into a bracelet where it communicates with the standard Nike+ shoe adapter. You then insert the USB device into your PC or Mac (presumably) to track your runs. Be sure to peep the actual device in the gallery -- looks like the FCC managed to bust the SportBand's USB connector during their tests. That doesn't bode well for final product now does it?

Gallery: Nike's SportBand passes FCC, bypasses Apple | 3 Photos


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