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.
Tag: Wearable Technology
Tropic The Ultimate Travel Shoe
When it comes to innovation in shoe manufacturing, it often seems that everything there is to see has been done. Some shoe companies try to strike it big with bold claims of a unique design that is unlike anything else. Tropic’s Ultimate Travel Shoe claims it is among the interesting choices when it comes to true versatility.
PolarSeal Heated Tops
Polar Seal originally started as a KickStarter project, and has since created a revolutionary smart shirt that heats up with a press of a button. Designed for outdoor enthusiasts and athletes alike, the super lightweight Polar Seal top gives both women and men up to eight hours of continuous heat throughout the day.
LG Watch Sport W280A
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.
If you’re an outdoor enthusiast that enjoys sharing the moment with panoramic images or an action video, the ORBI Prime sunglasses are a must-have prior to your next adventure. The ORBI Prime shades allow you to capture 360-degree videos and images using four powerful 1080p/4K resolution cameras. It’s a hands-free action camera housed in a pair of cool sunglasses.
Capable of live streaming on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube, FrontRow captures your day-to-day life using a front 8 MP camera and a rear 5 MP camera. Roughly the size of a large pendant (slightly bigger than a necklace or chain), Ubiquiti Labs’ FrontRow measures 59.8 mm (2.4 in) tall and 70.3 mm (2.8 in) wide. The 1.94-ounce pendant comes with a 1.96-inch display that strategically sits above the rear camera unit – hidden from onlookers yet giving easy access to FrontRow’s user-friendly interface.
TAG Heuer Connected Modular 45
TAG Heuer’s first customizable smartwatch has over 4,000 different variations. Powered by the Android Wear 2.0 Operating System, this high-end Swiss modular watch includes WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, and NFC for payments. With the goal to personalize the smartwatch, TAG Heuer designed a waterproof, luxury device that is sealed by the covenanted “Swiss Made” label.
Garmin Forerunner 935
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.
Embr Wave Thermal Wristband
With a mission to “harness the power of temperature to improve personal comfort,” Embr Wave has created its very own body thermostat. The cutting-edge wearable is co-founded by three MIT scientists and is backed by Bose Ventures and Intel Capital. The device is now available in a much smaller and stylish 2.0 model, which resembles a standard wrist watch.
BIRD by MUV Interactive
After five years in development, Israeli-based start-up MUV Interactive created Bird for one reason: to make our lives easier. If you’ve accepted the connected lifestyle and want to sync all of your devices under one roof, Bird is a no-brainer purchase. Designed to “turn any space/technology into an interactive experience,” MUV’s revolutionary wearable detects user’s movements, location, orientation, force, and proximity to your connected technology.