Day 3 at CES brought an eclectic mix of wearables and unique heart-rate based devices that are already a hit among consumers. While it was a quieter day compared to days 1 and 2 it was actually the most productive day, as there was a more diverse and elite group of devices being shown. The most notable was the tandem of new Fitbit wearables that consumers couldn’t stop talking about and Wacom’s new tablet. With so many devices flooding the market over the past few days it can be hard to differentiate between gadgets and make the right choice, so we did a round-up of the day’s best to make it easy for you. Here’s a an overview of day 3’s offerings.
Wearables You’ll Want To Wear
Smartwatches and trackers have been the focal point of CES this year so it’s no surprise that consumers were raving over Fitbit’s latest offerings: The Charge HR and The Surge. Fitbit is the king of wearables and these latest entries show why as they are the ideal combination of styling and usage. Both devices have the latest Bluetooth technology and provide in-depth heart-monitoring, have Caller-ID displays and track sleep patterns and quality.
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The Charge HR is an upgraded version of the popular Fitbit Charge and has 24-hour continuous heart monitoring health and sports enthusiasts will love. The non-stop heart tracking provides the most up-to-date and accurate information a user can get.
The Surge is Fitbit’s first smartwatch and it packs quite a punch: it has GPS capabilities, notifications for text messaging and music controls in addition to all the tracking features, giving users the best of both worlds. The Surge is sleek and comfortable on your wrist too, so you don’t even notice it’s there.