Time After Time: Motorola's MOTOACTV allows users to track which songs pump them up.
If you always suspected that Nine Inch Nails' "March of the Pigs" made you run just that much faster during your workouts, now, there's a device that can prove it.
While it made its debut prior to the show, the MOTOACTV from Motorola was named the Best Bluetooth Product of CES this year. The sleek little square is a more elegant answer to Apple and Nike's Nike+ system, which allows runners to gauge their progress while listening to music.
The Android-based touchscreen device has a ton of bells and whistles, like time, distance, speed, and calories burned measurement, an accelerometer, and precision GPS. It uploads your results to the Motocast platform, accessible via motoactv.com, and is Mac/iTunes and PC/Windows Media Player compatible.
But the coolest part? A feature that relates your speed and calorie burn to the song being played, and makes a "power playlist" of your top musical motivators.
Whether it's NIN, or LMFAO's "Sexy and I Know It," we won't judge.