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HolidayBuyer's Guide

LoopPay

GoTenna

The Ring

Narrative Clip

Withings Activite Pop

Visijax Cyclewear

Slow Control Baby Glgl

MyBrain Melomind

Netatmo Welcome

Hearnotes

LoopPay's digital wallet solution lets you tap to pay with a card, a smaller key fob, an iPhone case with an extra battery or a second case with a storage slot for your ID.

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Pair the GoTenna with your smartphone and you can text and share your location even when you don't have standard cellular service.

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One of the smallest wearables we've seen so far, the Ring uses built-in sensors to let you control some features on your smartphone through gestures.

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The Narrative Clip is small a wearable camera that weighs just 20 grams or 0.7 ounce. It's equipped with both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi for automatically uploading your shots and it supports iOS and Android apps. It comes in white, red and black.

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The successor device to last year's Withings Activité, the Pop goes on sale on Monday for $150 in the United States. It has many of the same features as its predecessor and it's water-resistant.

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Visijax brings wearable technology to cyclists. Its waterproof jackets feature turn indicators on the sleeves and high-intensity LEDs for night visibility.

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Not just your ordinary baby bottle, the Baby Glgl should eliminate air bubbles and lumps in your baby's formula.

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The Melomind is supposed to relieve stress while making you look peculiar at the same time.

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Sharing a simiar design to Netatmo's Urban Weather Station, the Welcome is a security camera that can track your family in the home. Using face recognition, it will send alerts  to tell you who's in view.

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The Hearnotes wireless headphones are based on a technology called Kleer, which promises superior sound quality to Bluetooth.

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