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Cue – the only health tracker you’ll ever need


There are hundreds of health trackers out there, but none of them can actually be classified as a true health tracker, instead they are really just fitness trackers. These devices can track your daily steps, keep tabs on your calories, etc, but none can provide accurate information about any disease.

Not any more because the all new Cue Deep Health Tracker is promising to revolutionize the way you check your general health, not just fitness. The tiny portable device can check your health on a molecular level (!) giving you accurate information about any underlying diseases. It will ship with a variety of models for different health issues (e.g. inflamation, fertility etc) and you’ll take a body sample with each module, such as saliva or blood, and insert it into the main unit. The system will then do an analysis of your sample and send a reading back to your smartphone via low power Bluetooth.

Cue (!) the cheesiest promo video you will ever see below.

This system uses cartridges which are a consumable, so one use only and then dispose. Since the cartridge sets cost $20 to $30 each, and you can only buy single function cartridges (i.e. you can’t get a single set with all four tests included) this could quickly get very expensive to run, especially with a family to cover.  The Cue Deep Health Tracker is currently on pre-order only, note your card will be charged immediately, and it’s priced at $199 via CueMe.


Dil Soomro is a hardcore gamer, a true geek and is fascinated by everything that goes beep. His love for the latest technology is unexplainable in mere words.

Dil Soomro – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.

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