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Nintendo postpones plans for sleep sensor launch

Nintendo has postponed its plans to enter the Quality of Life technology market via the release of a sleep and fatigue sensor.

Former company president Satoru Iwata announced the new Nintendo initiative back in 2014, when it was marked with a 2016 launch date.

But, despite evidence of Nintendo’s research and design phase coming to light, the product no longer seems to be on the horizon.

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