2Intel Jumps Into the Smartphone Pool
During his keynote, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich unveiled the chip maker’s aggressive push into the wearable device space, including showing off a smartwatch proof-of-concept that includes its own network capabilities and a geo-fencing feature that keeps track of where the user is, alerting parents, for example, if their child leaves a particular area.
3A Smartwatch With an Analog Look
ConnecteDevice’s Cogito smartwatch looks like a convention watch, complete with an analog face, as well as hour and minute hands. But behind the face lies the computing technology, including the ability to link to a smartphone and set off alerts about emails, text messages, calls and calendar events. It can be preordered for $179.
4Pebble Comes Out With Its Second Device
5Neptune’s Pine Stands on Its Own
The Neptune Pine, with a 2.4-inch display, is powered by a Snapdragon chip from Qualcomm and comes with its own SIM card, enabling it to make and receive calls, surf the Web and run games without having to sync to a smartphone. It also comes with 32GB of memory and a camera and runs Google’s Android OS. It costs $335.
6A New Offering From MetaWatch
7Razer Includes a Smartphone in Its CES Demos
8LG’s Lifeband Is a Smartwatch That Tracks Fitness
9Wellograph Monitors the Heart
10Keeping Out of the Sun
11A Shine That Can Go Anywhere
Misfit Wearables’ Shine is a sensor that tracks a user’s activities and that can be worn in a range of ways, including like a watch when clipped to a wristband. The company also had leather wristbands on display at CES.