Electronic Fork on Display at CES Monitors How Fast You Eat

Posted on January 10, 2013


An electronic fork, named Hapifork, is on display at this year's Consumer Electronic Shows. The fork was designed to monitor your eating habits. It alerts you by vibrating or with indicator lights if you are eating too fast. It can also measure how long it took you to eat a meal, the amount of fork servings per minute and the intervals between fork servings. You can also track all your data online. ABC News says the fork will launch in Spring, 2013. Take a look:

Photo: Habilabs

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