Don’t feel tied to your phone ever again with this sleek smartwatch, placing all of your necessary apps and notifications on your wrist. With apps that can track your runs, control music, and even wake you up with a silent alarm, this watch is not only stylish but practical as well.
The luxury fashion house’s Bluetooth-enabled sports jacket has joystick controls installed on the sleeve, giving the wearer easy access to their mobile device from the coat itself. The controller has a phone control menu to allow the wearer to answer or end calls, and also offers a music menu that plays and pauses tunes from a mobile device.
Oakley’s revolutionary design lets wearers view jump analytics like distance, height, and airtime, and are also preloaded with maps available for many resorts, enabling you to find your own location and your friends.
Bluetooth-enabled gloves solve the common cold-weather problem of not being able to use your phone without getting frostbitten: the smartphone-with-gloves problem. The Hi-Call gloves have a microphone in the little finger and a speaker in the thumb, allowing the wearer to speak while making a ‘call me’ gesture.
Bionym’s Nymi wristband identifies the wearer by their unique heartbeat and uses that as an alternative to passwords or PIN codes. The wristband can securely communicate with multiple devices and can be used to unlock a smartphone or a car.
eBay is making wearable tech more fashionable by teaming up with the Council of Fashion Designers of America to create a bracelet that will charge your iPhone 4/4S and transfer data from one device to another.
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