In Pictures: 12 Bluetooth gadgets for geeks

Bluetooth, the short range wireless data communications technology, is in a huge range of products these days, and not just computers and phones.

Nike launched its line of “smart” sports shoes with multiple Bluetooth Smart sensors in the sole last June. The Nike Hyperdunk+, Lebron X+ basketball shoe, LunarTR1+ and Lunar Hyperworkout+ shoes each have four pressure sensors that gather information from different parts of the foot and send it via Bluetooth to the Nike+ Training app (iOS only). The app tracks vertical jump, quickness, calories, "NikeFuel" points, and other performance data. The shoes cost a hefty $250, but it appears Nike has quietly dropped the line. If you’re committed to proving geeks can jump with hard data, you can still score a pair on eBay.

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