What Tech Do You Wear?

Everyone seems to be sporting wearable gadgets that do everything from tracking the number of steps you take each day to browsing the web from your wrists. Whether you’re a wearable gadget enthusiast or you’re thinking about investing in your first wearable device, here are a few fashion-forward ideas to  enhance your life in 2017.

Fitness Tracker: Fitbit Charge 2 includes fitness and sleep tracking, along with new components, including text, calendar, and call notifications; connected GPS; and meditation exercises.

Smart Watch: Apple Watch Series 2 has built-in GPS, is water resistance and has a new lightning-fast dual-core processor. Full of features that help you stay active, motivated, and connected, Apple Watch Series 2 is designed for all the ways you move.


Smart Ring: Ringly bracelets and rings connect to your phone via Bluetooth and let you receive customized mobile notifications through vibration and a color-coded light. They track your steps, distance and calories burned without sacrificing your style.

Wireless Headphones: Bose SoundSport sweat- and weather-resistant that keep you moving with powerful audio and earbuds that stay secure and comfortable.

Virtual Reality: Google Daydream View headset is made with lightweight fabric, inspired by what you wear. Paired with a controller, both are designed to be easy and intuitive.

Fitness Tracker Glasses: The Level prototype will equip a number of users with the glasses and an associated smartphone app that will track the wearer’s activity.

Golf Gadget: Zepp Golf 2 now measures your full swings on the course. You can compare swing metrics and consistency from round to round and from range to course.

Wearable Keyboard: Tap is a wearable Bluetooth keyboard that turns anything you can touch into a typing surface.

Dream Control: The Lucid Dreamer is an easy-to-use device that helps you gain awareness inside your dreams.

Motion-Charger: Ampy Move is a portable smartphone battery that charges as you move.

Temporary Tattoo: DuoSkin researchers developed tattoos that can control your smartphone by adjusting and transmit personal data, such as photos, between your phone and the tattoo.

Wrist Stress Management: ZENTA is your personalized coach for both body and mind on your wrist. It constructs your digital profile by tracking your physical activity, sleep quality, breathing patterns, stress levels, emotion states, and overall mood.

Posture Trainer: Upright actually trains you to sit Upright and corrects your posture.

Smart Necklace: CUFF will help you stay safe and notified of any smartphone alerts that come your way with style.

Pet Fitness Tracker: FitBark tracks activity, sleep and behavior. Monitor medical issues and syncs with the smartphone of any of your dog’s owners, followers and veterinarians.

Swim Meter: Marlin is a smart wearable device that gives swimmers feedback on distance, speed, lap time, and navigation information. It uses bone conduction technology to help you hear as you swim in the pool or open waters.

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