Wearable tech from CES 2014

Bands and watches and glasses: wearable tech at CES.

As expected, wearable tech has been garnering a lot of the buzz at this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. So far we've seen a slew of new smartwatches and fitness trackers, including the new Steel from Pebble; Core, Sony's tinest wearable yet; and from Razer, Nabu, a wearable tech that actually meshes the two concepts. Check this space for more updates throughout the week.


Health trackers in full force at CES 2014
CNET's Bridget Carey and Scott Stein look at the many flavors of health-tracking bracelets unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show.


Tech for your head at CES 2014
Wearable tech takes the spotlight at CES 2014. CNET's Scott Stein and Bridget Carey demo the Avegant Glyph video headset and Epson Moverio smart glasses.


Diving into the smartwatches of CES 2014
CNET's Scott Stein and Bridget Carey take a look at the Pebble Steel and Hot Watch, two smart watches making headlines at the Consumer Electronics Show.


Epson's Moverio BT-200 Smart Glasses deliver Android apps in augmented reality
Originally released in 2011, the Epson Moverio BT-200 Smart Glasses have been re-designed for consumer use and ready for their debut at CES 2014 in Las Vegas.


Lumus smartglasses (mostly) get it right
The waterproof R415 connects to your phone via bluetooth to send alerts and monitor heart rate.


LifeTrack R415 fitness smartwatch
At CES 2014, we eyeball the best smartglasses we've seen so far.


LG Lifeband Touch and Heart Rate earphones
LG enters the wearable fitness tech arena with two new intriguing products.


Pebble Steel smartwatch gets a whole new look
Pebble's all-metal souped-up Steel watch aims high with a new, premium feel.


Wellograph's sleek new Sapphire Wellness Watch sparkles with style
Offering heart rate monitoring and step measuring skills in an elegantly crafted package, the new Sapphire Wellness Watch from Wellograph aims to merge style with powerful fitness tracking.


Ora-S AR Eyewear takes smartframes further
This bulky effort does more than Google Glass, for less.


Razer takes stab at meshing smartwatch and fitness band
Imagine a Nike Fuelband that got text messages like a Pebble. Did we mention it has dual screens?


The handsome Martian Notifier offers affordable, advanced phone alerts
Check smartphone alerts with the new $129 Martian Notifier discreetly and in classic style.


Pivothead's Smart Cortex, a camera for your face
Clever camera add-ons slide onto these smart frames to leave you hands-free.


Sony's newest and tiniest wearable: Core
Sony's Kunimasa Suzuki announces Core, a small device that will act as a fitness tracker, offering recommendations based on how users interact with the device.


ZTE BlueWatch adds fitness tracking to a Pebble-like design
ZTE's first entry to smart watches keeps it simple at CES 2014.


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