Every kid loves LEGO. Many adults do too, except when the blocks get trodden on. Eye-watering foot pain aside, it’s a barrel of fun building with those little plastic blocks. Now, you can bring that fun to your kid’s wrist with the Omate x Nanoblock, a smartwatch created in collaboration with Japanese toy manufacturer Diablock to offer the fun and retro good looks that only coloured plastic bricks can provide. Omate x Nanoblock With is LEGO-inspired watch strap, the Omate x Nanoblock is the most eye-catching kid’s smartwatch we’ve seen. Available with a white or black plasti..
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Touchscreen? Check. GPS? Check. Heart-rate monitor? Check. No, we’re not listing features of the $399 Apple Watch. Amazingly, we’re listing features of the Huami Amazfit Bip, a smartwatch that costs $99 and boasts a stonking 45-day battery life. The Huami Amazfit Bip It’s easy to become disillusioned by price. What does cheap really mean? $200 smartwatches and $100 smartwatches could be considered cheap to somebody with a thousand dollars. Wherever you are with your money, you’ll probably agree that some things offer value, and some things don’t. A case in point is the Huami..
Looking for a small smartwatch? We’ve got you covered with our list of the top 10 small smartwatches in 2018, as chosen by our editors. What does small mean? Well, the benchmark we have set for our list of small smartwatches is that each smartwatch must have a 38mm diameter case or smaller. Many have an even smaller case than this. If that matches up with your expectations, read on to discover a wide range of exciting small smartwatches. Editor’s note: All the following smartwatches are hybrid smartwatches with an analogue dial. They are not touchscreen smartwatches. At this present ..
What can you buy for $100? A decent pair of kicks’ costs more than that. Still, if that’s your budget for a smartwatch, there’s plenty of options to choose from. If you have $100 to spend on a smartwatch, for the most part we recommend you look at hybrid smartwatches (smartwatches with an analogue watch face and activity tracking sensors) over smartwatches with a digital display. That’s because the market for smartwatches under $100 with a digital display is weak. Most are from brands you’ve never heard of. At least with a hybrid smartwatch, you’ll get a product that’s enjoyable to use,..
Buy cheap, buy twice. The adage applies to many things, but does it also apply to smartwatches? The truth is, there are some excellent smartwatches for under $200 on the market. Sure, you won’t get an Apple Watch for under $200, but you’ll at least get a usable device that’ll track your activity and send you push notifications. Plus, what does cheap really mean? $200 is a good chunk of cash. You can buy a month’s groceries for that. The only thing to keep in mind when buying a smartwatch for under $200 is that you won’t always get high-end features such as GPS or LTE connectivity...
Health is going to be a big deal for smartwatches this year. Apple is rumoured to be building an Apple Watch with an EKG sensor, and AliveCor recently received FDA approval for their KardiaBand electrocardiogram band for the Apple Watch. From heart-rate sensors to EKG readings, it appears that our heart health and blood health is the next big thing for smartwatches on the medical scene. The only thing missing is a smartwatch that can take blood pressure measurements. That is, until the Omron HeartGuide is granted FDA approval and comes to market. Omron HeartGuide Revealed at..
Fitness smartwatches have become a dime a dozen. They can now track your heart-rate, pace, calories burned, and much more. Get a GPS smartwatch, and it’ll even log your runs in real-time. However, there’s one single feature that can make or break a fitness smartwatch, and that’s the ability to run untethered from a smartphone. “Untethered” means that a smartwatch doesn’t require a smartphone to operate its features. For example, GPS or music. Music is an important one, since most people only get into their zone when working out to their favourite tunes. A smartwatch that can store songs..
Doki Technologies has launched a new kid’s smartwatch this week. It’s called the dokiWatch S, and it’s nothing short of feature-packed. The dokiWatch S has GSM connectivity and a front-facing camera, so it can be used to make and receive voice and video calls. It also has GPS connectivity, so that the wearer’s location can be tracked in real-time. But, most impressively of all, it has Amazon Alexa integration, so it can be used to answer virtually any question. Called ‘dokiAsk’, this feature gives kids the ability to get answers to questions anytime, anywhere, without asking their pa..
With CES 2018 in full swing, we’ve started seeing a wide range of new smartwatches from both known and relatively unknown brands come to market. One such smartwatch is from MyKronoz, a wearables brand we’ve seen before at SmartWatches4U. They have unveiled their ZeTime Regular and Petite smartwatches at CES 2018, with the ZeTime being a smartwatch they first announced at Baselworld 2017. Funded on Kickstarter and on Indiegogo, the MyKronoz ZeTime racked up a $6 million investment from backers, but it’s only now that we’ve got a good, proper glimpse of it. Two versions have been launc..
Apple is the biggest technology company in the world, and they are also one of the most secretive. A case in point – they never release sales figures for any of their products, so it’s up to market intelligence firms to track the market, predict it, and interpret it. One such intelligence firm is GBH Insights, who tracked gadget sales through 2017. They found that the Apple Watch was the fourth best-selling gadget of 2017, with approximately 20 million units sold, generating around $7 billion in sales. They provided their findings in a chart to USA today, who published the results here...