San Antonio: The year 2015 seems to be the year of wearable technologies. What could be more exciting than the skirt that glitters with LED lights on a ramp, or a dress that that turns from midi to maxi with just a touch of a button? What about a jacket with a built-in Wi-Fi? Yes! 2015 is all set to be the year of wearable tech. But, when the topic is raised in the circle of fashion, problem is not the lack of enthusiasm. The thing is that, most of the designers and editors are iPhone virtuosos.
There are lots of wonderful ideas on this concept, but we wouldn’t anticipate every single one to become popular, one thing is very clear that manufacturers are striving to make their wearable products fashionable and useful as well.
Here are some of the products which would tell why 2015 is the year of wearable technology especially smart watches.
Withings Activité Pop: It is the most affordable version of an Activité smartwatch. Like all the other trackers, it calculates the steps taken, hours slept and calories burnt. The difference between this and the other trackers is that, it does all these with an amazing analogue watch face and a secondary dial which tracks your metrics.
Garmin Fenix 3: The Fenix 3 possesses a colour LCD screen which measures almost all the sport activities like cycling, hiking, swimming, running, snowboarding skiing and mountaineering to name a few. The device also lets you set a vibrator for every hour which reminds you that you have to get up and move around. No matter whether you are an office warrior or a ward boy; it makes you feel like an adventurer.
Guess Connect: Guess Connect is a water resistant monochrome screen which makes up a small part of an analogue watch face. The device is dedicated for notifications and it works with both iOS and Android devices. Irrespective of the phone you are using, you will be able to see who is calling by just turning your wrist. The price of the product is not decided yet and it will be available in summer (2015).
Emiota Belty: Belty, a smart belt from Emiota monitors your waistline measurements and advises you when you have to lose some weight. Belty gets automatically loosened when you sit and tightens up when you stand. Like any other wearable, the belt also lets you track your activity while giving you an idea of your current fitness level.
Sony Smart B Trainer: The smart sport headphones stuff a personal trainer into your head. It was selected as the best wearable of the show by Stuff magazine. The device makes use of the GPS service and the heart rate monitor to track your progress based on your training plan. It informs you when you have to change your speed. It also changes the mode and tempo of the music which encourages you to achieve things easily.
These are a few devices which makes 2015 a year of wearable technologies.
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