We've seen smartphone breathalysers before, some exclusive to iPhones and some that work on iOS and Android. The thing is that these are generally rather large and expensive. DrinkMate on the other hand is a different story, it's an Android breathalyser that is small, cheap, and draws power from the phone's micro USB port.
It works the same as any other mobile breathalyser, you simply blow into the device and it'll display your blood alcohol level (BAC) using a companion app. The developers are claiming that the prototype is accurate to +/- 0.01% of your true BAC, but the device only...
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