Mashable article Mclendon Hardware, a tech company in Texas, is known for its “smart” devices that let you monitor your health with a variety of apps, including heart rate, blood pressure, and even sleep.
But the company recently released a pair of devices that it claims will give you “the most personalized and personal health data and data on your health in your life” for the first time ever.
In addition to being a heart rate monitor, the devices also track your body temperature and sleep.
“The MCLendon H+ will track your heart rate and sleep patterns, and provide insights on the impact of diet, stress, and exercise on your physical and mental health,” the company says on its website.
The device also offers a wide range of health apps, and its developers also offer a range of apps for the MCLeon.
The MCLendons newest product is a Bluetooth Smart heart rate device that monitors your heart and blood pressure.
The company claims that the device will “give you the most personalized, personal health information and data of your life.”
The device has an adjustable strap that lets you customize your settings, and a wide selection of apps that can track the data you input.
There are also three temperature sensors and a battery that can last for up to 12 hours.
MCLende’s “Smart Heart Rate Monitor” features a Bluetooth-enabled device that measures your heart’s rate and adjusts the strap to the temperature of the surrounding air, which gives you more accurate readings.
The Bluetooth-powered device is paired with a heart-rate sensor that measures the same data.
The heart- rate sensor measures your pulse, your blood pressure (BP), and your heart-beat rate (HR).
It also tracks your sleep, which MCLondons team claims will help you to “stay alert, focused, and healthy.”
MCLonde’s Bluetooth Smart device measures your blood oxygen levels and your blood sugar.
Mclendons team also claims the device can track your activity levels and help you “gain motivation, control fatigue, and stay active.”
The heart rate sensor tracks your blood-oxygen level-dependent (BOLD) signals.
BOLD signals are associated with a higher risk of cardiovascular disease.
The BOLD signal is a signal that your brain can sense, but you can’t always recognize it.
It’s the signal that’s associated with increased risk of stroke, heart attack, and death.
“We are incredibly excited to bring the first smart heart rate monitoring to our community,” said Josh Sussman, MCLendra’s Chief Executive Officer.
“It is a new level of personalized health data, and we hope that users will be able to make the most informed decisions based on the health of their heart, body, and brain.”
Mclende has a $150 price tag for the device, which you can buy on Amazon for $129.
“This is truly a game-changing device, and our team has worked tirelessly over the past year to bring this to life,” said Dan Vakoch, CEO of MCLendi.
“Our team and our community have been working tirelessly to deliver this technology, and today, it is available to the world for the very first time.”
MClendon claims the heart-monitoring feature is 100% free to use.
The new device is available for preorder now for $149.
MClende is a subsidiary of Mclenda Corp., a privately held company that has been in the tech industry for over a decade.
MCLAerds CEO, Joe Sosnick, says that he is “excited to bring MCLENDON to market with the Mclendi community.”
The company says the device works with Android and iOS.
“As an industry leader, we are committed to supporting the best innovation and best practices for consumers and innovators, and to being at the forefront of health, fitness, and technology for years to come,” Sosnic said.
“MCLendon is truly revolutionary in that it has a very simple design, yet it is the first Bluetooth Smart fitness and health monitoring device to be built and launched with the community.”