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37% Drop Wearables, 54% Within First 3 Months; Lack Of Accuracy Cited 06/27/2016

As the world of wearables continues to grow, a major concern from consumers buying and using the devices is sensor accuracy. Of those who do not own a wearable, the majority (58%) would considerbuying one if they trusted the accuracy of the device, according to a new study by the MEMS and Sensors Industry Group […]

As the world of wearables continues to grow, a major concern from consumers buying and using the devices is sensor accuracy. Of those who do not own a wearable, the majority (58%) would considerbuying one if they trusted the accuracy of the device, according to a new study by the MEMS and Sensors Industry Group and sensor company Valencell. The study, comprising 706 U.S. adults found thatmost (63%) consumers rank accuracy as a critical feature in wearables and even more (73%) say that one day wearable technology accuracy will be able to directly affect their health.

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