Sony Smart Tennis Sensor

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

You already know what kind of impact a better tennis racket can have on your game, so just imagine what Sony’s Smart Tennis Sensor can do for your shot.

We’ve got smart tracking devices for nearly every sport, so why not tennis? This device attaches to the bottom of your racket handle, and works with the bigger racket makers on the scene, from Wilson to Prince and plenty of brands between. Thanks to Bluetooth connectivity, this little sensor works in conjunction with a smartphone app (iOS or Android) to provide a swarm of information to help you improve your game. Utilizing its on-board vibration, wave and motion analysis, the waterproof/dustproof sensor will track your shot count, swing speed, ball spin, impact shot, and much more. Thanks to its built-in Memory Mode you can play for hours knowing that this thing will store will store 12,000 shots for you to analyze at the end of the day. [Purchase]

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