Fitbit has been designing fitness trackers for a long time and it’s the only thing the company is known for. But recently, with the launch of the Fitbit Ionic, the company has decided to step into a new world of smartwatches. The Ionic offers a similar feature set and proves to be a serious contender
Wearable tech is transitioning from trend to mainstream and we want to keep up with what’s new. Here, we review the hottest smartwatches and their most useful capabilities like fitness tracking and heart rate monitoring, GPS, contactless payment systems, alerts and notifications, plus more.
The Fitbit Versa is very different from its predecessor, the Ionic. Its amazing design and great battery life put it in a position to compete against pricier smartwatches like the Apple Watch 3, but lack of GPS is disappointing. The Versa helps you track a variety of activities, such as swimming, running and cycling. Another
Apple Watch has ruled over the burgeoning smartwatch scene. That is until an attractive Android Wear watch arrived in the form of the Moto 360. Unlike other smartwatches that looked complicated like they have been taken from the future and brought to the past, this smartwatch is more reminiscent of the traditional watch that we
The Asus ZenWatch 3 probably hasn’t introduced any breakthroughs in terms of functionality but it most definitely turns head thanks to its unrivaled design. The rounded shape resembles a traditional timepiece emphasized by an eclipse-inspired appearance and chronograph-styled buttons. The watch can be easily synchronized with your mobile devices and even used as a remote
Smartwatches are extremely popular nowadays because of all the practical features they make accessible right on your wrist. They allow you to quickly interact with your phone, they push notifications so you never miss out on anything, and some of them can even help track your health. The LG G Watch was one of the
This September, at a highly anticipated event, Apple released the fourth version of its wildly popular Apple Watch. The biggest change? The Apple Watch Series 4 comes with some conspicuous health tracking additions: low heart rate detection and a built-in electrocardiogram (ECG) for the people who are concerned about their vitals. This is the first