E-cigarette vaping requires application

| December 23, 2013

A new electronic cigarette developed in France allows users to monitor data about their vaping through mobile devices such as telephones and tablets, according to a story in the Jagran Post, India, quoting Gizmag.

The Smokio is said to use Bluetooth to connect to the user’s electronic device and thereby allow the download of a free app to monitor key data and manage some functions of the electronic cigarette.

The user can alter the amount of vapour given off with each puff and monitor the battery, which is said to last for seven hours.

And the user can monitor data about how often she’s been vaping, how long she has been vaping and how many tobacco cigarettes she would have smoked in the same period.

Category: Breaking News

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