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Nike+ SportBand Hardware - How the Nike+ SportBand Works ... This slot is what secures the second component of the SportBand, which is actually a USB thumb ... But the $59 band comes with a Nike+ sensor, which fits into any Nike+-ready shoe. ... Officially, the sensor fits into the insole of Nike+ shoes. Beyond the Pedometer - MIT Technology Review Jul 28, 2006 ... A two-part kit lets some Nike shoes talk to Apple iPods. Will it spur a range of consumer applications for wireless sensors?

I've had two of these Nike+ shoes and they do not come with the sensor, just the hole (well filled with a little plastic fake sensor). I've compare the accuracy with ...

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Marathon Tech Review: Nike SportBand - The New York Times Jul 17, 2009 · The Web site is slick — it’s fun to see the accumulation of miles over time. As for wearing Nike shoes — well, I just fashioned a little holder for the sensor from a piece of neoprene and some velcro, and put it on my shoelaces. I have read of people who carved a slot for it in the soles of their non-Nike shoes. Nike+ - Wikipedia The sensor and iPod kit were revealed on May 20, 2006. The kit stores information such as the elapsed time of the workout, the distance traveled, pace, and calories burned by the individual. Nike+ was a collaboration between Nike and Apple; the platform consisted of an iPod, a wireless chip, Nike shoes that accepted the wireless chip, an iTunes membership, and a Nike+ online community. iPods