The Xiaomi Mi Band has been one of the more popular wearables in recent memory, but it has nothing to do with its design or features. It’s all about the price, and today we’re getting a look at the Xiaomi Mi Band 2 in a new live leak.
Fossil dropped their first smartwatch late last year, and while we knew they weren’t done, were not sure what we would see next. The Fossil Q Motion will apparently be it as it has been announced as the latest wearable in the company’s arsenal.
Back in January, we learned of a new wearable dubbed the Fitbit Blaze. Pre-orders begun shortly thereafter and now we’re back to let you know the Blaze is ready to roll from regular old retailers and online shops.
Intex has had a busy week when it comes to smartphone releases, but they also dropped a new mobile accessory. The Intex FitRist has launched in India for Rs. 999, and it’s something you’ll want to look into if you are in the market for a fitness tracker.
We expect to see plenty of new wearables this year, and Samsung will probably be responsible for a half-dozen of them. A device dubbed the Samsung Triathlon Fitness Tracker could be one of their first new gadgets of 2016, and it’s a device that is going to look familiar.
If you haven’t heard of the Misfit Shine, you’re forgiven as it’s not a wearable that set the world on fire. A sequel called the Misfit Shine 2 has just been announced, and while it looks similar, it brings updated specs and a few cool new features to the table.
Microsoft let consumers down when it came to high-powered handsets last fall, but they did surprise everyone with a wearable. The Microsoft Band 2 is rumored to launch in the very near future, and we may have just gotten our first look at the upcoming wearable.
You can’t throw a rock without hitting a fitness tracker these days, and everyone seems ready to get in on the action. One of the more unlikely companies is Garmin, and they’ve just launched the Garmin Vivosmart fitness tracker in India for Rs. 10,990.
Looking for a fitness tracker that doesn’t run Android Wear and won’t break the bank? The Microsoft Band is a fine choice, but it’s been rather hard to get sine it was initially announced last year. If you were left out in the cold the first time around, prepare to be pleased as the Microsoft Band release is expanding to the UK starting on April 15th.
Buying a new gadget or expensive piece of tech can be an exhausting process, especially if you can’t see or try the device before you buy it. Lumoid feels your pain, and if you’re in the market for a new wearable, they have you covered as they’ll let you rent a smartband.