I've wanted something to attach to my iPod Touch (and the iPhone if I go that route). I also have a Droid Incredible. The phone is great, but the underlying infrastructure isn't as good as Apple. I've got a Dexcom and an OmniPod. Too many handhelds. :)
Im thinking once we see this for the iphone, it will become avalible, you might see other vendors come to bat with other devices... Was told it should work with the ipad/Ipod touch but cannot confirm it at this point...
So its self contained and transmits data to the ipod... Its *something*... and whose to say other apps cant access it... Just because your not running the meter in the ipod software does not mean its not useful....
Theres only one standalone meter that can do some of the stuff this does, which is the UltraSmart (and its pump attached brothers) (dated technology wise) in addition to the dated 1.0 sample size... 0.3, and 0.6 are common nowadays.
I do think this is a novel concept... and I do think it will open doors to more cell phone / meter technology... I can't wait till it comes out, and I'll do what I can do get one for my husband. He's an iNut, and I'm sure he'll appreciate it. :)
I love the idea. It's great that it runs with or without the Ipod/Iphone, that way if your ipod/iphone battery dies, you can still test. It's a great way to encourage people, especially teens, to test more often. They are constantly attached to these devices anyway, so it makes sense to make something that will encourage people to test often and let's them see the results on something that they use all day. I know I'm rarely seen without my Ipod touch or ipad.
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