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Beam's Bluetooth Toothbrush Can Tell If You're Brushing Your Teeth Long Enough

October 8, 2012: 12:00 AM EST
Beam announced the Beam Toothbrush, a Bluetooth-enabled toothbrush that keeps track of how long its user brushes his or her teeth. According to Beam CEO Alex Frommeyer, the Beam Toothbrush is "the first app-connected toothbrush." Beam said that the toothbrush comes with a sensor that "reacts to the body's bioelectricity when it's placed in the mouth." This signals the toothbrush to keep track of brushing behavior. The toothbrush, however, cannot determine the quality of the brushing.
Ariel Schwartz, "The Beam Toothbrush Knows If You’re Not Brushing Enough", Fast Company, October 08, 2012, © Mansueto Ventures, LLC.
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