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Brian Bennett checks out the Martian Notifier Smartwatch

Pebble adds style to function with new smartwatches

Sony's wearable Core excites audience at CES 2014

Razer Nabu is an all-in-one fitness tracker and smartwatch

LG gets fit with new Lifeband Touch

Wellograph Sapphire is a stylish fitness tracker

Intel smartwatch

iHealth unveils new wearables for health monitoring

3L Labs wants you to walk all over them

Epson aims for the eyes and wrists with new wearables

Avengant Glyph brings virtual to your reality

Freescale hopes to power the wearable tech trend

LAS VEGAS -- The new $129 Martian Notifier features smartphone alerts, a classic style, and hopes to woo consumers with its price point.
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Pebble moves from Kickstarter wearable tech favorite to classy smartwatch with introduction of the Pebble Steel at CES 2014.
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Kuni Suzuk introduced Sony's new wearable tech, Core, at CES 2014. Calling it the "heart" of Sony's vision for wearables, Suzuk showed off the tiny fitness tracker, the "smallest device" Sony has ever made.
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CNET goes hands-on with the upcoming Razer Nabu, a device that combines a smartwatch with a fitness tracker, tracking your exercise while it updates you on incoming e-mails and tweets.
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LG's new Lifeband Touch wearable fitness tracker was shown off during CES 2014.
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Wellograph tempts the high-end fitness tracker fans at CES 2014 with its Sapphire Wellness Watch, expected to retail for $320 when it goes on sale in April 2014.
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Intel's chief executive announced a slew of wearable tech at CES 2014 on Monday, including a smart onesie for babies, a headset called Jarvis that can integrate with a smartphone's personal assistant, earbuds with biometric capabilities, and a smartwatch with geofencing.
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iHealth announced three new wearables at CES 2014 designed for monitoring health: a wearable pulse oximeter, an ambulatory blood pressure monitor, and wireless ambulatory ECG.
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3L Labs' FootLogger is wearable tech announced at CES 2014, a Bluetooth-connected insole with sensors that will track everything from fitness levels to developing dementia.
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Epson also joins the wearables party at CES 2014, showing off its Moverio BT-200 Smart Glasses and Pulsense wristbands and smartwatches.
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Avegant Glyph debuted a set of prototype Virtual Retinal Display goggles at CES 2014. CNET went hands-on with the device.
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Freescale's Warp is $149 and features an open-source hardware design it hopes developers will embrace when making wearable computing devices.
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