Tag Archives: Wearable Tech

Armani Exchange’s First Touchscreen Smartwatch Is Actually Affordable

Last September, Fossil Group’s Armani Exchange formally hopped onto the fashion smartwatch bandwagon with its first-ever touchscreen smartwatch, simply known as A|X Armani Exchange Connected smartwatch. It looks just like another timepiece from A|X, TBH, but obviously, this being a smartwatch, it has more to offer than just look and time-telling. Continue reading Armani Exchange’s First Touchscreen Smartwatch Is Actually Affordable

2019 Louis Vuitton Tambour Horizon Gets Some Serious Updates

This is 2019, so luxury/fashion smartwatches aren’t news anymore. Not that luxury/fashion smartwatch is a bad thing, btw. On contrary, we think it is probably the greatest favor any fashion brand has done for themselves since like, well, nothing. Because, you’d be paying not just the brand, but also more functionality, if you get what I mean. Speaking of smartwatches, if anyone care to know, here’s a new one from Louis Vuitton, the 2019 Louis Vuitton Tambour Horizon. Continue reading 2019 Louis Vuitton Tambour Horizon Gets Some Serious Updates

Omron Announced The First Wearable Blood Pressure Monitor

Well, I never thought it was possible, but here it is the world’s first wearable blood pressure monitor from Omron (not to be confused with the robotic Ping Pong coach). At a glance, the Omron HeartGuide looks like a regular smartwatch, but it really isn’t. In it, is a built in blood pressure monitor, complete with an inflatable oscillometric blood pressure cuff, like the one you’d find in a doctor’s office, built into the watch strap. With it, you can conveniently monitor your blood pressure without the need for cumbersome equipment, anytime, anywhere. Continue reading Omron Announced The First Wearable Blood Pressure Monitor

Vuzix Blade AR Smart Glasses Is Like A Smartphone You Wear Over Your Eyes

Apparently, smart glasses is still a thing. To be more precise, smart glasses for consumers is still a thing. I can see smart guesses with AR integration can help in manufacturing and similar industries, but to be perfectly honest, I don’t quite see it. Regardless of what I think, Vuzix Blade AR Smart Glasses is here. Vuzix has announced the availability of the consumer version of the Blade AR Smart Glasses and it is not cheap, commanding a grand $999.99. Continue reading Vuzix Blade AR Smart Glasses Is Like A Smartphone You Wear Over Your Eyes

New Body Heat-Powered Smartwatch Now Gets Solar Cell Power Too

I am sure you remember the revolutionary body heat-powered smartwatch from Matrix Industries called PowerWatch. Of course, we all remember because, it was not too long along the X model was shipped to buyers who dived into the PowerWatch X pre-sale. That was barely three months ago, but already, the company is pushing out the second-generation PowerWatch, simply called PowerWatch 2. Damn. Why do I feel sorry for the and PowerWatch X buyers? I mean, seriously, the gen 2 body heat-powered smartwatch packs a long list of new features. Continue reading New Body Heat-Powered Smartwatch Now Gets Solar Cell Power Too

Kate Spade NY’s New Smartwatch: Same Look But With Cool New Features

These days, CES is the event of the year that can’t be ignored by any industry, including the fashion industry. That said, even Kate Spade New York is in, well, kind of. The American luxury label has just announced its new Scallop touchscreen smartwatch – the first smartwatch developed under the leadership of the brand’s new creative director, Nicola Glass – coinciding with CES 2019. The Kate Spade New York Scallop Smartwatch 2 is also on display at CES 2019 at the Google Assistant Playground located at The Central Plaza-21. Continue reading Kate Spade NY’s New Smartwatch: Same Look But With Cool New Features

This Cool Gadget Uses Computer Vision To Monitor Baby’s Breathing

I don’t have children of my own and so I am not quite sure why is it important to monitor a newborn’s breathing. However, I think the Nanit Breathing Wear sounds interesting enough to warrant a mention here. The product name is actually quite self-explanatory, but if you really must know, it is basically lets parents monitor their baby’s breathing. What’s interesting about is, it uses no sensors and hence, there are no electronic devices in contact with the baby’s skin. Continue reading This Cool Gadget Uses Computer Vision To Monitor Baby’s Breathing

Meet Owlet Band, The World’s First Consumer Pregnancy Monitor

Made for home fetal monitor isn’t new. We have seen it as far back as 2014, but this new one from Owlet Baby Care, called Owlet Band, kind of changes everything. How else did it go on to bag two CES awards in categories of Wearable Technology and Tech to Change the World? And oh yes, it is totally wearable. It’s like having an ultrasound machine strapped to mommy’s belly, but it is, obviously, more sophisticated and its, well, wearable. Continue reading Meet Owlet Band, The World’s First Consumer Pregnancy Monitor

Bose Now Has A Pair Of Sunglasses And It Is The World’s First To Tout Audio AR

Well, what do you know? Audio equipment maker Bose has just introduced a pair of sunglasses this week. You heard that right. Sunglasses, from Bose. Naturally, this being Bose, you’d expect audio of some form to be in the mix. The Bose Frames, as it is called, indeed have that. Not only does it pump out audio through its proprietary open-ear design, it also has audio augmented reality built into it. The open-ear speaker is located discreetly on each temple, in front the ear. Continue reading Bose Now Has A Pair Of Sunglasses And It Is The World’s First To Tout Audio AR

According To Fitness Tracker, Toilet Rolls Do Have Heartbeat

Recently, Xiaomi Mi Band 3 created quite a stir after one user found out that the latest fitness tracker from the China gadget maker is able to “pick up” the heart rate of a roll of toilet paper. Yes. You heard that right. It is official that toilet paper is alive! Well, kind of. The first video was posted on Chinese micro blogging platform Weibo and it sparked a frenzy of sort. Soon after, several people took it upon themselves to explore what else has “life” in them. Continue reading According To Fitness Tracker, Toilet Rolls Do Have Heartbeat