Sony - Smart Tennis Sensor - Instantly analyze your shots and check the data by smartphone

For tennis players, Sony is going to release Smart Tennis Sensor (SSE-TN1), which is capable of analyzing your tennis shots instantly, in late May.

The detailed data of your tennis shots will be displayed on your smartphone or tablet screen. To do that, install the dedicated free application in your smartphone or tablet and connect it to Smart Tennis Sensor via a Bluetooth connection.

To use it, play tennis with the specific tennis racket compatible with Smart Tennis Sensor, manufactured by YONEXT, with Smart Tennis Sensor attached at the end of the grip. It will analyze detailed data that couldn't be visualized before, including the position, spin and speed of your shots. You can also save bulk data for now and send it to the smartphone or tablet later. The built-in memory can save about 12,000 shots worth of data.

Price: About ¥18,000
Size: 31.3mm diameter x 17.6mm height, 8g
Compatible YONEX racket models: VCORE Tour G, VCORE Xi 98, VCORE Xi 100, EZONE Ai 98, EZONE Ai 100, EZONE Ai LITE


 

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