The Nintendo DS Had A Glucose Monitoring Accent Designed By Bayer

The Nintendo DS was launched in 2004, and it boasted the distinctive creativity Nintendo has develop into famend for. As with older Nintendo handhelds, that distinctive creativity was additionally seen in a number of the system’s huge vary of add-ons and equipment. One such instance was the Bayer DIDGET. The gadget was touted as “the primary and solely blood glucose meter for youngsters with Kind 1 diabetes that connects on to Nintendo DS and Nintendo DS Lite.” 

The accent got here to be after Bayer Diabetes Care discovered 57% of fogeys surveyed stated youngsters had extra success in growing a monitoring routine for themselves if the method was made extra satisfying. The oblong-shaped system boasted a plain, white, moderately medical design, and plugged into the Nintendo DS through a port on the backside. Regardless of its affiliation with the system, it was not a toy. How did Bayer’s DIDGET fare at serving to Nintendo DS customers to find out about and management their glucose ranges?