Tagged: Wearable fitness tracker

Wearable market in its prime – three best gadgets you should own right now

Smartwatches are selling like hot cakes

The world of wearable technology is expanding. Despite a shaky start and uncertainty surrounding the practical applications of smart devices small enough to fit on your wrist, the market is now experiencing a boom.  According to the latest predictions by CCS Insight, the wearable market will be worth a staggering $25 billion by 2019 with sales increasing from 84 million units to 245 million. Everything from fitness trackers and smartwatches to potential innovations in the virtual reality area are driving the market forward. Read More…

Xiaomi launches Huami Amazfit smartwatch with heart rate monitor

Xiaomi launches Huami Amazfit smartwatch

Xiaomi has been busy launching different types of gadgets of late; most of these being far from wearable. Fittingly, in time for IFA 2016, Xiaomi in collaboration with its long time support company Huami has launched Amazfit Smartwatch – a circular dial watch with dual core 1.2GHz processor and 512MB RAM. The smart wearable has non-premium features but for the more fitness conscious, the smartwatch features a heart rate monitor for that advanced fitness tracking. Read More…

Apple Watch 2 coming soon with GPS and enhanced performance

Apple watch 2 coming in late 2016

For all those waiting for the new and improved Apple Watch, Apple leaker and KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has essential news – Apple Watch 2 is for real and would be revealed in the second half of 2016. According to Kuo, who revealed Apple’s wearable timeline for the next six months, Apple is set to release two Watch models – one, existing Apple Watch with some updates; two, new model, Apple Watch 2 with more improved features. Read More…

Moov Now fitness wearable assists you through activities with AI coach

Moov Now fitness wearable-1

The world of wearable devices is steadily populating with wearable fitness trackers that provide feedback in form of data. Moov Now, the one-of-its-kind multi-sports wearable coach uses Artificial Intelligence to coach you through your fitness regime, and promises to be a lot different to the currently available options. Described as the world’s most advanced fitness wearable by it makers, Move Now talks to you as you workout, in addition to doing all data tracking activities that other off the shelf wearable fitness devices do. Read More…

In-depth look at the Apple Watch – first wearable fitness device from Apple

Apple Watch

After months of speculation, Apple finally launched its first wearable device – it’s not the rumored iWatch, but it’s called the Apple Watch. So, finally Apple has gone without its customary ‘i’ in the name. The wearable computer, with main focus of keeping track on your health is a smartwatch, which can be controlled using a small watch crown. Read More…

Garmin Forerunner 15: GPS-enabled running watch with daily activity tracker

Garmin Forerunner 15 GPS running watch

No matter how fitness conscious you may be, researches show prolonged periods of inactivity during the day (especially for desk workers) can intensify the risk of health problems. There are many wearables to track your calories, running and heart rate, but Garmin’s new Forerunner 15 takes it a step further by helping wearers establish healthy habits by remaining active even between workouts. The affordable GPS-enabled running watch, the Garmin Forerunner 15 keeps track of wearer’s daily activities and overall fitness levels. The watch keeps track of the users pace, steps taken, calories burned, running activity and distance, personal records and heart rate. Read More…