Wearable Tech

HTC Vive
REVIEW

HTC Vive

Vive is the best virtual-reality experience you can have right now, thanks to its motion controls and room-scale tracking. It's the closest thing to having a holodeck in your home.

4 stars Editors' rating on 5 April 2016
1 star User rating out of 1 vote

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Zepp 2
EDITORS' TAKE

Zepp 2

The Zepp 2 sensor offers personalized coaching to help improve your golf game and baseball swing.

Oculus Rift
EDITORS' TAKE

Oculus Rift

The $599 virtual reality headset peripheral for PCs is finally here. And the world may never be the same.

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Fitbit Alta
REVIEW

Fitbit Alta (teal, large)

While ultimately a more stylish (but heart-rate free) version of the older Charge HR, the Fitbit Alta is a winning fitness tracker with solid style appeal.

3.5 stars Editors' rating on 25 March 2016
Michael Kors Access
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Michael Kors Access

Michael Kors Access is an Android Wear-powered smartwatch that's designed for fashionistas.

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Nixon Mission
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Nixon Mission

The Nixon Mission is an ultra-rugged action sport watch that is powered by Google's Android Wear operating system.

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Fossil Q Wander
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Fossil Q Wander (rose gold link)

The Q Wander and Q Marshal join the Q Founder in Fossil's smartwatch family.

Typical price: £299.00

Visit manufacturer site for details.

Sulon Q
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Sulon Q

Ditch your PC and phone and get lost in an augmented and virtual reality experience provided by a single device. At least, that's the claim from this Toronto-based start-up.

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TomTom Golfer 2
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TomTom Golfer 2

The TomTom Golfer 2 can calculate distances and view hazards on over 40,000 golf courses worldwide.

Fossil Q Motion
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Fossil Q Motion

The Q Motion tracks sleep, has smart-button functions...and seems a lot like Misfit's Ray.

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