After a brief product demo on the show floor, we invited Babolat Play to bring their connected tennis racket to the studio and give the viewers a more in-depth demonstration. Ranging from $299 to $349, these rackets allow you to track your swing and get help to improve your game.
Connected to a smartphone or tablet, the application is capable of analyzing your swing for power, impact position, type and number of strokes, spin type and a lot more. It even has a 6 hour battery, allowing you to play all day. The best part is that it can be treated like a normal racket, with restringing, etc.
Interview by Don Baine, The Gadget Professor for the Tech Podcast Network.
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