Health care devices are, once again, all the rage at this year's CES, and Scanadu's got one of the more ambitious offerings. The company's Scout device aims to be a $150 Star Trek-esque tricorder that'll give users readings for heart and breathing rate, temperature, blood pressure and blood oxygenation levels. We've got the company's founder and CEO Walter de Brouwer to discussion his vision for the future of health care.
Live from the Engadget CES Stage: Scanadu CEO Walter de Brouwer
January 7, 2014 6:00:00 PM EST
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