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Polar Releases H7, a Preeminent Wireless Heart Rate Sensor with Bluetooth Smart
Date:6/19/2012

LAKE SUCCESS, N.Y., June 19, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Polar (www.polarusa.com), the leader in heart rate monitoring and fitness assessment technologies, today introduced the new Polar H7 heart rate sensor, one of the first to use low energy Bluetooth® Smart technology in wireless heart rate transmission.

Polar is at the forefront of the Bluetooth Smart standard adoption, the first truly open standard for manufacturers and application developers of low power devices. At the 2012 International CES Exhibition, the company was named one of the finalists in the 7th annual Bluetooth SIG Best of CES Awards program, which represents the latest, most innovative products using Bluetooth technology.

"We're excited to be a pioneer in this market. We authored the heart rate profile for Bluetooth Smart along with the other Bluetooth companies.  We expect that products like the H7 will become compatible with more and more applications every day. The H7 will allow the masses to experience the benefits of heart rate for the first time thanks to the Bluetooth Smart open standard," said Marco Suvilaakso, Group Product Director at Polar. "The smartphone market is huge and we're anticipating that by the end of 2012 most new smartphones and many tablets will support Bluetooth Smart ready devices. The opportunities appear to be endless, especially for the sports and fitness world."

Using the Bluetooth Smart standard, which offers low energy consumption, the H7 will easily pick up the correct user's heart rate and will have a longer battery life.

With the H7 heart rate sensor, users can see their real-time heart rate on compatible mobile training applications and make the most of
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