Halo Sport 2 first-look: Brain zapping headset gets smarter (and cheaper)

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Most wearables track your fitness during your workout, giving you a full read out of what you’ve done and how you can get better. Halo Neuroscience flips the script with a technique called neuropriming, which stimulates your motor cortex to make your brain more potent so that you can get better.

It debuted all this in the Halo Sport, but it aimed it at elite athletes – and it came with an elite price ($699). Halo Neuroscience soon realized that there were more uses for neuropriming than professional sports, as people wanted to use it for studying music and other less intense physical activities.

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