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Core

Core

By Sony
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Nabu

By Razer
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The Vivofit bears strong resemblance to other options like the Nike+ Fuelband and the Fitbit Force. It’s a wrist-worn fitness tracker with a small screen that logs your steps and activity level, though Garmin is including a few new features that it hopes will help the product stand out in an ever-crowded field.

Description

Movea's G-series attempts to separate itself from the pack with claims of being the "world's most accurate" fitness band. In addition to the usual tracking of steps, calories, and distance traveled that one would expect, the G-series can detect the posture of the user — whether they're standing, sitting, walking, or running.

It's a tiny chip that Sony called perhaps the tiniest gadget it has ever made, and the company's planning to put it into a number of products, starting with a smartband that'll be released this spring. Core will include the typical fitness-tracking metrics, but Sony says it'll also function as more of a life journal as well, tracking photos you took, "special moments," and other live events — kind of like the Day One journaling app with a fitness tracker.

LG's second attempt attempt at breaking into the fitness tracker market, the Lifeband Touch tracks calories, steps walked, and fitness stats. It features an OLED screen and can control music and display notifications.

Netatmo's June bracelet is a sun sensor masquerading as a gemstone. The faceted June synchronizes with an iOS app to inform wearers of their sun exposure. The app also dishes out advice, using the sun's measured UV index to suggest its owner wears a hat, puts on sunglasses, or applies sunscreen.

Razer's attempt to break into the fitness band market, the Nabu, works as a sort of dual smartwatch-fitness track hybrid. It also features two OLED screens, and connects over Bluetooth LE.

  • Status: Announced
  • Availability date: Q1 2014
  • Price at launch: $129.99

Availability

  • Status: Announced
  • Status: Announced
  • Availability date: Spring 2014
  • Status: Announced
  • Status: Announced
  • Price at launch: $99.00
  • Status: Announced
  • Availability date: 2014
  • Price at launch: $49.00
  • Color: Black / Silver, Blue, Green, Gray , Purple
  • Sensors: Accelerometer

Hardware

  • Color: Black
  • Sensors: Accelerometer
  • Color: Black, Pink, Blue, Green, White, Purple, Orange
  • Sensors: Accelerometer
  • Color: Black
  • Color: Gold, Gray, Silver
  • Sensors: Accelerometer , Altimeter

Display

  • Touchscreen type: Capacitive
  • Wireless support: Bluetooth 4.0

Connectivity

  • Wireless support: Bluetooth 4.0
  • Wireless support: Bluetooth 4.0
  • Wireless support: Bluetooth 4.0
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