Wearable Tech

Wearable tech is, quite simply, technology you wear, such as a smartwatch or fitness tracker.

Technology has, over the years, decreased in size as it is improved and refined. Now that it is so small and convenient, the logical step is to make it into tech that can be worn, rather than held.

One of the biggest breakthroughs in this area (although only available for a while as an experiment), was Google Glass. A pair of glasses containing a battery, a camera, a screen, and a microphone which could keep you constantly connected while on the go.

From Google Glass to fitness trackers which you can attach to your laces, wearable tech is now limited only by imagination.

Cygnett GateWay VR Headset

Cygnett GateWay VR Headset Review

Despite being a cheap Virtual Reality headset, the Cygnett GateWay VR performs strongly. This wallet-friendly alternative to the HTC Vive, Oculus Rift and PlayStation VR was enjoyable to use, and we would recommend it for Christmas. While it doesn’t provide Read more…
Samsung Gear VR

Samsung Gear VR (Virtual Reality) Review

What we think Marketed as an affordable way to jump into Virtual Reality (VR), the Samsung Gear VR is a solid performer, being considerably more comfortable than Google Cardboard. While it’s not as impressive as its PC and console-based competitors, Read more…
Google Cardboard VR

Google Cardboard Virtual Reality (VR) Review

What we think Virtual Reality, or VR, is arguably the next biggest thing in tech, and it is exceptionally cool. Thanks to Google, everyone can access it with just a smartphone, some apps, and a few pieces of cardboard too. Read more…
Razer Nabu X

Razer Nabu X Smartband Review

What we think The Razer Nabu X is one of the most affordable fitness trackers on the market, and is a bold step for the high end gaming company to make, stepping outside of their comfort zone. However, to call Read more…
Fitbit Charge

Fitbit Charge Activity Monitor

What we think The Fitbit Charge is an impressive piece of wearable technology, used to track your activity and monitor your sleep. Compatibility with Android, iOS and Windows Phone is a huge positive, as is caller ID, but the price Read more…
Misfit Shine

Misfit Flash Activity Monitor

What We Think A useful activity tracker that works well, although possibly isn’t the best-looking product, depending on taste. Despite having a high RRP for the quality, there are reduced prices available online that could make this a good purchase. Read more…

Misfit Shine Activity Monitor

What We Think A great little gadget with a really clever design, but possibly too simple for hardcore trainers. The price is also fairly high. Gadget Review The Shine, from Misfit Wearables is an exercise monitor built to be used Read more…

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