Another curious trademark is registered in PAL territories.
Nintendo has filed another interesting trademark, this time with The Trade Marks and Designs Registration Office of the European Union. The December 17 filing is for something called "WiiRelax".
The product's classification in the application contains the typical all-encompassing video game verbage (features such as being able to play the game on a television, control it with a joystick, etc.), but it also reveals some other telling details. It is submitted for classification in the same categories as devices with "pulse-measuring functions", and is further classified alongside "body-fat meters" and "pulsimeters".
The Wii Vitality Sensor was announced at this year's E3, but little has been said of it since, aside from vague confirmation of a 2010 release date in an interview with Cammie Dunaway. Given the similarities between the functionality of the Vitality Sensor and the features described in this filing, it's likely that the first product to employ the device will be known as WiiRelax.