Have you been wondering what Fitbit's been up to? After a long hiatus the company has announced three new wearable fitness gadgets: the Charge, Charge HR and Surge (left to right). We'll explain them for you.
The Surge can receive text messages and caller ID from compatible iPhones, Android and Windows phones. A music control function also plays and skips tracks on your phone via Bluetooth. But the Surge won't get other notifications.
The Fitbit Charge, coming out this fall, is a replacement to the discontinued Fitbit Force. Like the Force, which went on sale last year, the Charge tracks steps, elevation, and has automatic sleep tracking.
It looks and behaves much like the old Force, with some additions: improved automatic sleep tracking, and caller ID from compatible Windows phones, Android phones and iPhones. The Charge costs $130 in the US, £100 in the UK and $150 in Australia.