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Top 5 Coolest Smartwatches of CES 2015

Top 5 Coolest Smartwatches of CES 2015

The 2015 International CES witnessed some of the biggest innovations in different verticals. Wearable technology turned out to be a trend of the event. CES was the place to be, whether you were looking for a VR headset, a fitness tracker or a smartwatch. The gamut of wearable tech products on display, ranged from useful to innovative to even entertaining. Smartwatches that were unveiled at the CES can give a tough competition to the ones which are already in the market.

Here is a quick look at some of the wearables which were showcased at the CES this year.

  • Sony Smartwatch 3

Sony Smartwatch 3                                                                                                                                                                 Image: t3.com

The Sony Smartwatch 3 didn’t appeal to many when it released last fall. But this year, it has come with a new edition which has lost the plastic body and has upgraded to a square look. The Sony smartwatch comes with an inbuilt GPS for Sony’s Lifelog fitness software and sports apps. The wearable will also have a set of apps like Golfshot and iFit pre-installed in it.

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  • Garmin Vivoactive

Garmin Vivoactive                                                                                                                                             Image: tomsguide.com

The Garmin Vivoactive has the required features which will provide athletes with the best data related to their workout. There are built-in apps for golfing, running, swimming and cycling. At the time of work, you will receive email notifications and text messages alerting you the same. There are a number of watch faces that you can download as well as music controls which you can customize as per your requirements.

In the first quarter of the year, you can get this device in the US for $250. By paying an additional $50, you will be able to get the heart-rate monitor with the smartwatch.

  • Alcatel OneTouch

alcatel one touch smart watch                                                                                                                                        Image: mobilechoiceuk.com

The smartwatch by Alcatel that was unveiled at the CES runs on its own closed operating system. However, it can be connected to any phone running iOS 7 or Android 4.3 and above. The features include calorie-tracking, pedometer, etc. It can also function as an audio player, sleep tracker and as a shutter button for the camera of the accompanying smartphone.

The smartphone will release on March, but the price hasn’t been confirmed yet.

  • Withings Activite Pop

Withings Activite Pop                                                                                                                                         Image: trustedreviews.com

If you are looking for a smartwatch which will be high on both function and fashion, the Withings Activite Pop is the ideal choice for you, and the cost also won’t be too high. You can get this smartwatch at $150 and it has a waterproof silicone band which might remind you of the simplistic, Swiss-made design of Swatch.

With the help of Bluetooth, the watch can be connected to the Withings HealthMate app which is present only for iOS. The app spots out your sleep performance with a battery which can be replaced and lasts up to 8 months.

  • Lenovo Vibe Band VB10

Lenovo Vibe Band VB10                                                                                                                                           Image: blog.gsmarena.com

A vertical watch face is there which runs on e-ink and will give you notifications for smartphone pop-ups, stats and time. The design might not be eye-catchy but it is really affordable at $89.

These are some of the smartwatches that were unveiled at the CES 2015.

Which one do you like the most? Do you think these smartwatches will really be helpful? Share your thoughts with us.

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