The Amazfit Bip is affordable, has fantastic battery life, and is the best low-key casual smartwatch around. It's a fine replacement for your old-school Pebble, minus the apps.
The revamped Gear VR feels similar to Google's Daydream View VR headset, but its impressive library and software design still make it great for entry-level VR viewing on the go.
While you won't find any advanced features in it, the affordability of the Pivotal Tracker 1 makes it a low risk tracker for newcomers interested in the wearable market.
At $13, it's really easy to forgive the few flaws the Mi Band has, though getting one will be challenging unless you're in China.
The Misfit Flash is a versatile, easy-to-use and extremely affordable fitness tracker that can be worn swimming, too, and it even kind of works as a watch.
Its lack of Bluetooth notwithstanding, the affordable Garmin Forerunner 15 is otherwise a great health tracking wristwatch for runners.
Thanks to plenty of apps and an affordable price, the original plastic Pebble remains a solid budget smartwatch pick.
If you want a small fitness tracker that stays out of the way and don't mind a small display, the Luze is worth looking at. But for some, I suspect the small display and text will be enough to justify looking elsewhere.
Spectacles 3 point toward a future of fun, first-person augmented reality experiences. But they don't do enough now to justify the $380 asking price, unless you're a keen Snapchat user with deep pockets. Really deep pockets.
The always-on display and long battery life make the Garmin Vivofit 2 an appealing alternative to the Jawbone Up2 and Fitbit Charge.
The SmartBand Talk's screen, waterproof design and ability to show your incoming notifications make it a useful piece of tech to wear, even if you're not fussed about keeping track of your activity during the day.
The feature-packed and waterproof Polar M400 offers a good set of features for beginners and advanced runners a like. It also provides feedback on your daily activities and sleep.
The Lumo Lift offers a fresh alternative to other fitness trackers, but its limited features will disappoint anyone who wants to track multiple metrics.
Within the category of smartwatches, the Huawei Watch 2 is a great device. But that doesn't mean it's one you need to buy if you're not already sold on wearables.
The Withings Steel HR comes as close as we've ever seen to an everyday watch with full heart rate fitness tracking, but it's not quite as good as it looks.
The Radar Pace delivers real-time fitness coaching via a voice-activated pair of headphone-enabled sunglasses, and does it better than anything else.
The Daydream View is the simplest, most affordable way to turn a phone into an immersive VR headset.
The Pebble 2 doesn't win on fitness tracking, but it's still a solid pick for simple notifications and messages on a long-battery budget smartwatch.