来源：http://www.wired.com/2016/01/comper/ | 作者：Tim Moynihan 发表日期：2016/01/06
WITH TWO DEVICES that put a high-tech, design-minded spin on traditional instruments, Comper wants to help you have a baby. The thermometer pairs up with an app to chart ovulation cycles, mapping out the optimal times to get down to business. And the doppler fetal monitor records audio of your baby’s heartbeat while it’s in the womb, then sends the audio to an app via Bluetooth so you can share it with friends and family. As the baby develops, the app also estimates how big it is at any given time. The hardware is expected in June, and each component will sell separately for around $90. Comper says a package deal with the two devices is planned for around $150.