What can we expect in 2015 from wearables ? One thing the January 2015 CES (Consumer Electronics Show) thought us is that a lot of exciting wearable gadgets will enter the market. Smart glasses will be more than just Google glass, and the design of smartwatches will evolve. Moreover, fitness smart watches and other wearable technology will showcase exciting new features. The internet of things will finally penetrate our lives on a deeper level. Check out some of the featured wearable gadgets below.
Smart glasses : Vuzix smartglass M100
Google glass initiated a new revolution with its Google glass eyewear. The Vuzix smartglass M100is no different and will change the way we perceive our daily reality. The Vuzix smart glass has all the features of a traditional smartphone . The Vuzix smartglass has a 5 MP camera and 1080p high-definition video. Photos and video can be streamed live or stored on the Vuzix smart glass memory. With the Vuzix smartglass M100 you enter the modern digital world hands-free. With smart glasses you always have access to all your information, data and messages from your smartphone . Read our complete M100 Vuzix glass review.
Reducing stress with Muse headband wearable tech
The Muse headband is a brain sensing headband that helps you reduce stress and anxiety and be more focused and concentrated. Put the Muse headband on your head, sit down, and relax. The Calm app for Android and the Calm app for iOS will guide you through a series of focused-attention exercises. Meanwhile, the Muse headband sensors will measure your brain signals and provide real-time feedback on your focus and attention, providing you insight in your current stress levels. The Muse headband is one of the wearables from Interaxon that will help you train your brain , reduce stress and anxiety , and enhance your overall well being. Read our detailed Muse headband review .
Your health fully monitored with the Fitbit Surge
Fitbit is taking its Fitbit band with fitness features to a higher level with the Fitbit Surge . The Fitbit Surge Fitness Superwatch comes with the classical wristband [/easyazon_link ]instead of the bands of the previous Fitbit models. As a result the Fitbit Surge looks more like a real watch, with an sporty touch. The Fitbit Surge provides complete GPS tracking : you can see distance, pace and elevation climbed and review your routes. The Surge provides a wrist-based heart rate monitor and you can track your exercise levels and get workout reports. This piece of wearable technology also measures your activity levels by counting your steps, distance, calories burned, floors climbed and active minutes, and has a compass and accelerometer . This wearable device from Garmin also monitors your sleep. Of course, the Fitbit Surge touchscreen also notices you when you get calls or text messages.
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Withings activity smart watch with traditional look
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Wearable technologies are the future
One thing we know for sure: the internet of things has finally arrived. So let’s enjoy wearable technology to the fullest.
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