GadgetReview published a handy guide to BACtrack Mobile recently, giving prospective customers all they need to know about the smartphone breathalyzer.
"What if you could measure your intoxication with respect to the legal limit? Enter the BACtrack Breathalyzer."
The guide astutely outlines the most important elements of BACtrack Mobile--from compatible devices and ease of pairing, to a quick review of the app options, ZeroLine, and other features. They also address BACtrack Mobile's accuracy.
"Retail breathalyzers have long held the stigma of not being accurate. However, according to BACtrack their device uses a professional grade system (Xtend Fuel Cell Sensor technology) that can also be found in hospitals, school and even law enforcement. Based on my testing, I can only attest to this, though I suppose the ultimate test is to compare it to a police officer’s machine."
Little does GadgetReview know that we did this already--with results viewable on our Breathalyzer Accuracy page.
Their conclusion: it's a device well worth its salt. "In my experience, most people were shocked with the results, largely because they well underestimated how intoxicated they were, which is further evidence of how much one’s influence is judged under the guise of alcohol."
Read the full article: //www.gadgetreview.com/2013/12/6-things-you-should-know-about-the-bactrack-portable-breathalyzer-list.html