The wearable tech market has had a rollercoaster ride in the year gone by with a number of new models being launched. It began on an energetic note with Samsung's range of wearable devices under its Gear brand.
Since then, we saw a flurry of Android Wear-powered smart watches into the market. While many of them have failed to ignite consumers interest;standouts like the Moto 360 and LG G Watch R prove that intelligent watches are said to be the future.
At the same time, fitness smart bands also made a huge draw amongst fitness freaks. They are probably more popular due to the affordability factor.
And the immediate question that comes to our mind: what new wearable tech you are looking forward to see at CES 2015? Well, we obviously can't predict the future; though, we may get to see some amazing devices that will shape the year ahead.
Here's what to expect. Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!
The Pebble Steel is certainly a well deserved smartwatch. There will undoubtedly a new intelligent watch coming soon from the house of Pebble. Last year, the Pebble Steel stole the thunder at the CES.. We expect a more sophisticated watch that's going to be high on fashion rather than tech. Watch this space for more action!
Luxury Swiss watch maker TAG Heuer, best known for its high-end watches, is reportedly planning to unveil its intelligent watch at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in January 2015. The watch is expected to be powered by Intel, sources have told Business Insider. Notably, TAG Heuer's smartwatch will probably look similar to the Withings Activite with traditional style.
Reportedly, an unnamed company spokesperson has revealed the mysterious wearable will be showcased at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. While HTC has previously claimed to be working on a smartwatch, the company recently revealed its wearable devices had been delayed. Whether it's called the HTC Watch, HTC One Watch or something else, we've yet to see the device in full action.
Acer's Liquid Leap 2 will be unveiled at CES 2015. Allen Burnes, Vice President Smart Phones Business, Acer Group, had revealed to us that the hybrid smartband will be compatible with both iOS and Android devices. Some media reports suggest that the device will be powered by Google's Android Wear platform.
Sony recently announced a new clip-on display accessory that will get attached to any frame of eyewear and transform it into a Google Glass-like device. Simply dubbed as ‘SmartEyeglass Attach', it is a new smart display that gets attached to your normal glasses. The accessory carries a small OLED microdisplay, which beams information onto your eyes at 640 x 400 resolution. It's powered by an ARM Cortex-A7 processor, has a 400mAh battery, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. Sony will showcase the display module at the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas next week.