The SmartBand is an ambitious recipe that needs a little more time in the oven. There are better trackers on the market.
If you're after a stylish watch with some smart tech sprinkled on top, the Nokia Steel is for you. If you're keen on actual fitness tracking, jog on to other devices.
The Huawei Fit is a capable fitness smartwatch, but the software falls short of the competition.
Long-distance elite athletes will appreciate the accuracy of the GPS and heart-rate, but the high price tag makes it less appealing for everyday runners.
Microsoft Band is an ambitious first crack at a smart health wearable that throws in a ton of features and cross-platform support, but it's just not as easy to use or as functional as it should be.
The Android-powered Wimm One from Wimm Labs isn't a looker, but this smart watch has the chops to satisfy your inner geek.
Despite some smart features, the Basis Peak is a fitness watch that's impressively automatic but too limited and unfinished to feel like a truly great product.
The Sony SmartWatch enters the realm of usability thanks to recent software updates, but it's still more smartphone accessory than solid standalone timepiece.
The Pokemon Go Plus might seem like an expensive accessory for a free app, but it can make Pokemon Go addiction symptoms more bearable.
With its ability to push Android notifications to your wrist, the Sony SmartWatch 2 is more useful than Samsung’s Galaxy Gear, but the Pebble is still the best smartwatch deal around.
There are better (and longer-lasting) smartwatches available to go with both Android and iPhones.
The LG Watch Sport has tons of features, but it isn't the great all-in-one Android Wear watch-phone we were hoping for.
Misfit's tube-shaped Ray fitness tracker looks stylish and gets the job done, but it does too little for what it costs.
It’s hard to beat the Fitug Orb’s low price, but for $10 more, the Fitbit Zip has more features, is easier to use, and is ultimately a better buy.
Lenovo's AR helmet for phones feels like a clever mini-HoloLens for Star Wars fans, but as a standalone headset with no other software, it's a tough sell.
The LG G Watch attempts to bring you the future on your wrist, but with its generic design, unimpressive battery life, and unpolished early software, you're better off waiting to see what else is around the bend.
The Lifeband Touch, LG's crack at a smart fitness band, has moments of promise, but just doesn't add up to an experience that's useful or fun compared with the competition.
The Fossil Q Founder looks nice from a distance, but it's not the best Android Wear watch -- and, there are better options for prospective smartwatch buyers.