Want to become the next Mike Trout or the next Jordan Spieth? A San Francisco-based start-up might be able to help.
Zepp, a San Francisco-based start-up, released this week the Zepp 2, a small piece of hardware that, when attached to a baseball/softball bat or a golf glove, can provide the user with real-time data about their swings.
The device connects directly to the user's mobile device via Bluetooth — either a smartphone or a tablet — and through its app, it tells users what they are doing right, where they need to improve and how they can improve.
The Zepp 2 replaces the original Zepp model, which was released November 2013. The new model is a touch lighter than the original, weighing less than 6 grams, and is a round device. The first Zepp model was squared.