The device is about the size of a USB flash drive and is worn under a helmet, headband or skullcap. The device detects hard forces that can cause these concussions. It then sends that data via Bluetooth to a tablet or smartphone, which can show information to field medics or coaches to determine if injury has occurred. If out of range, the device will store the information until reconnected with its smart device. The Linx will be available in the first quarter for $199.
From laptops and Lumia to Surface and Xbox, get it at the Microsoft Store.
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