Jan 18, 2012 12:00 SGT Zensorium The Tinke Biometric Dongle measures your Oxygen level, respiratory rate, and heart rate.

Jan 14, 2012 14:01 SGT Zensorium This small device plugs into your smartphone and by simply holding your finger onto it you can track your heart rate, respiratory rate and the level of oxygen in your blood.

Jan 11, 2012 14:34 SGT Zensorium Got enough oxygen in your blood? Find out with Zensorium’s TINKÉ.

Jan 11, 2012 14:21 SGT Zensorium Wired has just broken the story on the Tinke from Singapore based company Zensorium. There are lots of devices for measuring your blood pressure on your iPhone, but the Tinke might just be the smartest so far. It is a two unit system with dongle that fits on to your iPhone that then connects to a wearable heart monitor – which incidentally comes in an array of bright colours.

Jan 10, 2012 14:50 SGT Zensorium Welcome to the consumerization of health, where the everyday patient can find possible diagnoses, learn the human anatomy, monitor sleep, and converse with physicians, sometimes over high-definition videoconference.

Jan 09, 2012 14:58 SGT Zensorium Like some similar health-care gadgets, the Tinke is a little gizmo with a sensor that plugs into the bottom of your iPhone.

Jan 09, 2012 14:56 SGT Zensorium LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – We figured health and fitness was going to have a large footprint at CES this year, and so far we haven’t been disappointed. Case in point, the Zensorium Tinke dongle: it measures heart rate, respiratory rate and the amount of oxygen in your bloodstream — all just by pressing your thumb on it.

Jan 09, 2012 14:54 SGT Zensorium Ever worry about your medical vital signs? Here's a quick and simple way to satisfy your health curiosity. Tinké (pronounced TINK) is an iPhone dongle+app.

Jan 09, 2012 14:48 SGT Zensorium There's a surprisingly wide array of devices for monitoring your heart rate on your iPhone, but Zensorium's Tinke is one of the more compact and attractive options we've come across.

Jan 09, 2012 14:46 SGT Zensorium The Tinke sounds small, and it is. But it does something pretty major: plug it into the bottom of your iPhone, press your thumb up against and it, and poof—the beating of your mighty human heart.