2Basis Releases 2014 Carbon Steel Edition Band
3Reebok CheckLight Brightens Your Way ($149.99)
Designed for all sports and levels of play where contact occurs, CheckLight sensors continuously measure the impacts an athlete experiences and provides a simple visual display of impact severity. Sensors are directly coupled to the head to reflect direct accelerations that the head, not a helmet or chin strap, experiences. It can, however, be worn under a helmet.
4AcceleDent Aura Brings Straighter Teeth Home
5Wellograph Activity Tracker Is a Stand-Alone Device ($300)
This stylish device, which features a sapphire crystal display, a heart-rate monitor and an activity tracker, and—perhaps best of all—it’s a stand-alone device, which means you don’t have to worry about smartphone compatibility, besides syncing it through Bluetooth 4.0. The battery life is impressive, too—two weeks on a full charge, or three months in watch-only mode.
6Netatmo June Is Your Personal Sun-Protection Coach ($99)
Discover when and how to protect yourself from UV rays, avoid sun damage and prevent premature skin aging with the June bracelet on your wrist. The device, which syncs up with an iOS app on your smartphone, measures sun intensity in real time and monitors your total daily sun exposure. It will also tell you when you need to apply sunscreen, wear a hat or put on sunglasses.
7Intel Jarivs Can Serve as a Reference
Intel gave CES attendees a look at what could be possible with a keynote speech highlighting Jarvis, a Bluetooth-enabled headset that works like Apple’s Siri, only in your ear. This always-on digital assistant can help you with directions, using the phone and many other activities. It’s not slated for production, though, so we’ll have to wait for Intel’s partners to work their magic.
8Lifeband Touch Is LG’s Answer to Nike, Fitbit
This accelerometer-based fitness tracker with altimeter sports a sleek look with just one open end that wraps around your wrist, lighting up when you raise your arm to look at its readouts on its touch OLED display. These include music controls, call notifications, volume control and call silencing. The device will also monitor the number of steps you take, how many calories you’re burning, the distance you’ve traveled and your heart rate.
9Kolibree Says the Web Can Help You Brush Better (From $99)
Kolibree’s smart toothbrush has a unique technology to analyze your brushing habits and display them on a mobile dashboard you can readily access from your phone. Users simply download the free mobile app, connect via Bluetooth, and every brushing is recorded. The data about how you brushed automatically synchronizes to your smartphone telling you whether you brushed long enough and reached the hard-to-reach but important parts of your teeth and gums.
10With Voyce, Wearable Tech Goes to the Dogs
Who says wearable technology has to be for humans alone? Man’s best friend gets a taste of the action with Voyce, which measures key vital signs and other wellness indicators through wearable technology and proprietary algorithms. Using that information, Voyce provides you with trends and valuable insights, helping you stay proactive about your dog’s overall health, behavior and well-being.
11GlassUp Gives Google Some Competition ($299)
The GlassUp eyeglasses report the incoming emails, text messages, tweets, Facebook updates and other messages so that the user can keep abreast on what is going on. The message is shown for only a few instants, on the side of the field of view, in an unobtrusive manner. While they may not win any points for style, they certainly look durable and will come equipped with an accelerometer, compass and ambient light sensor—but you’ll have to pay in Bitcoins.