Mio's latest heart-rate watch can sync with third-party apps and track calories, distance and pace.
If tracking how your heart performs under grueling workout sessions gets you pumped, the Mio Alpha may be the watch you seek.
The $99 Mio Link uses its optical sensor to track your heart rate.
The Mio Moov 310 in-car GPS doesn't move very fast with all its performance issues, which is a shame since it otherwise offers a nice set of navigation features for a wallet-friendly price.
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The new Mio Link heart rate monitor uses an optical sensor monitor blood flow in your body to determine your pulse. And looks quite space-aged while doing it.
The company is claiming it has the largest selection of wearables of any carrier, with more than 30 devices offered.
Garmin's newest watch can measure pace, distance and heart rate while running, along with tracking steps taken, distance traveled, calories burned and your sleep at night.
Such rival health and fitness wearables as the Jawbone Up and the Nike+ FuelBand are no longer being sold at Apple's retail stores.
Though the Mio C220 offers ease of use, accurate directions, and an affordable price tag, its poor screen makes this in-car GPS device almost unusable.
Sure, there's wearable tech all over the place in Las Vegas. But it's getting harder to realize it's there.