Motorola presents new mod to check vital signs

Motorola presents new mod to check vital signs

Motorola presents new mod to check vital signs

From a Polaroid camera attachment to a dedicated gamepad to a wireless charging-enabled back shell Motorola has been quite steady in bringing out new Moto Mods for its Moto Z family of smartphones. The Moto Z smartphones come with a modular interface which allow the users to make use of Moto Mods to enhance the functions of their phones. The mod is developed by Moto's parent company, Lenovo. Basically, the Lenovo Vital Moto Mod is a health accessory which will keep an accurate track on key vital signs like respiratory rate, Pulse Ox, core body temperature and systolic and diastolic blood pressure. Results of the company's Moto Mods Developer Program, they are the Lenovo Vital Moto Mod for checking vital signs and the Livermorium Slider Keyboard. This Moto Mod is developed by Livermorium who are the grand prize victor of the first Transform the Smartphone Challenge on Indiegogo.

What makes this Moto Mod even better is the fact that you can actually tilt the screen up to 60 degrees, making it possible to type at nearly any angle.

Having said that, the Livermorium Slider Keyboard Moto Mod is priced at $99 (around ₹6304) and will be available for purchase later this winter, whereas, the Lenovo Vital Moto Mod is priced at $395 (around ₹25,150) and will be available in April. The product will come to market later this winter as part of Motorola's accelerator programme, for a cost of United States dollars 99. However, considering the fact that you can get a brand-new Moto Z2 Force from T-Mobile for less, it's hard to say whether this Moto Mod is really worth it.

Motorola presents new mod to check vital signs

Let's talk about the Slider Keyboard Moto Mod first.

Motorola, after the success of their first Transform the Smartphone challenge in 2017, are all set to hold another one in 2018. That would mean that the mod will be drawing power from the phone and we can only hope that it will not consume too much.

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