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Sensor for soccer slides onto calves to track your roundball prowess

Zepp first entered the sports-tracking game in 2013 with a trio of sensors for baseball, golf and tennis. Now, the American company is turning its attention to the world game. Zepp Play Soccer is a small sensor worn on the calf to keep tabs on things like kicks, sprints and distance covered, and can even compile a highlights package for your own post-game analysis... Continue Reading Senso
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