The Up3 is one of the smallest super-slim fitness bands around, but its lack of a display and limited heart rate tracking aren't worth the high price.
A 12-volt car charger may be just a car charger, but the ReVive PowerUp 3P boasts a clever design and useful features.
Is there room for a plain old fitness band with no screen in an age of smartwatches? Jawbone's new band has fantastic software, but its heart rate tracking's just not useful enough.
One tracks heart rate, one doesn't: they're both available to order now, and we try them on for size. Plus, a sneak peek at the Up4 with mobile payments.
Jawbone's new fitness bands are a lot slimmer, but there's a difference: one has heart rate, one doesn't. Neither has a screen. We try them on.
A trio of new Jawbone fitness bands are on their way: two coming soon, one later this summer. They're slimmer, and they're ambitious. And we have two of them here to review.
The long-delayed tracker finally has a shipping date, but Jawbone revealed it was not able to achieve the level of water resistance that was originally planned.
One's a tiny band, one's an affordable clip-on: look at Jawbone's latest health wearables hitting this year.
With its colorful jewelry-like design, the Up3 is sleeker than any other fitness tracker. And the $50 Move is a cheap, simple stocking-stuffer. A close-up look.
The Up3 is sleek and small and measures heart rate, and the Move is $50. Both are coming this month.