From its powerful 420 mAH battery with a 2-day running time to its “connect anywhere” 4G network, the Huawei Watch 2 is one of the most intuitive smartwatches hitting the market and it just may rekindle the wearables industry.
Engineered for the fitness enthusiast and equipped with the latest Android Wear 2.0 operating system, the all-new LG Watch Sport is the perfect mix of style and technology. From the 1.38″ full circle P-OLED display to its built-in activity tracker, LG’s smartwatch is an action-packed wearable with tons of versatility.
Although marketed as a premium GPS triathlon watch for athletes, the brand-new Forerunner 935 by Garmin is the perfect device for any everyday fitness enthusiast. Equipped with a wrist-based heart rate monitor powered by Elevate, users are equipped with an action-packed, sophisticated, personal trainer strapped to their wrist. It just so happens that this trainer only weighs 48 grams – making them highly portable.
The purpose of the ShapeScale is to be a 3D scanning device that “digitizes your body shape in less than a minute.” Designed to monitor changes in a person’s body shape over time, ShapeScale uses 3D scanning technology to panoramically capture a model of your body. With an IR 3D Sensor Head, ShapeScale scans you in photorealistic 3D to give you a visual progress report of your body’s progressions.
When it comes to features, the New York Scallop’s simplistic design packs a punch. With a 1.19-inch AMOLED display and no flat tire, it comes with ambient light and touch screen sensor along with a convenient google assistant app, which is voice activated.
Whether it’s measuring calories burned, activity level, or sleep patterns, the Matrix PowerWatch uses thermoelectric technology to track key health metrics.