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Netatmo Introduces the First Personal Weather Monitoring Station for iOS

on August 28, 2012 12:00 pm

We’ve all seen those little desktop weather stations that show the indoor and outdoor temperatures and maybe humidity.  They’re useful, but there are many other parameters that could prove more useful in an urban environment, like air quality.  Netatmo has introduced the Personal Urban Weather Station, the first to use your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad with personal weather monitors to track  indoor and outdoor environmental conditions – temperature, humidity, air pressure, CO2 levels and even sound levels.   You’ll get two monitors, one for indoors and another for outdoors, that have aluminum bodies to protect them from the elements they are monitoring.  Collected data is transmitted via WiFi to your iOS device, and your data is also stored in the cloud.  You’ll be able to monitor current conditions, see graphs to recognize trends, see a 7-day forecast, receive alerts, and more.  The Netatmo Weather Station is $179.00.

Comments

  1. 1
    Donald says:

    If I read their site correctly, it does not measure wind direction, wind speed, rainfall or a bunch of other parameters that a true weather station measures.

    This thing is a bunch of useless yuppy fluff that is packaged in a cute package that will appeal to the Apple types.

    Basically a piece of junk.

  2. 2
    p51d007 says:

    Yeah, but it for an iPhone, which means the sheep will lap it up LOL.

  3. 3
    Donald Schoengold says:

    Different price point but compare this one with a Davis weather station also reviewed on Gadgeteer –

    http://the-gadgeteer.com/2001/11/27/davis_vantage_pro_weather_station_review/

    I have one of these and they are great.

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