A 'smart' hearing aid that built to work directly with your iOS device via Bluetooth.
I tried on a weird brain wave-reading sleep helmet at work, but didn't get go to bed with it.
The Beddit provides more sleep data than your average wrist tracker, but suffers from too many measurement problems to be a practical sleep solution.
The Myo armband has too many kinks that need to be worked out to appeal to everyday consumers and right now doesn't do enough to justify the high price.
Measuring your foot's pressure, not its step count, is how Samsung spinoff Iofit wants to help improve your training workout or game of golf.
As demonstrated at CES 2015, Ampl Labs' backpack has built-in batteries to charge your phone, tablet or even laptop.
The Nike HyperAdapt 1.0 shoes are self-lacing athletic shoes straight from the future. Or a movie. A very specific movie.
The Neofect Rapael smart glove helps you rehab hand and wrist injuries.
Doppel claims that its wristband is the first wearable that can actively change your mood.
An e-ink backpack that lets you push your selfies to the back of your bag? Millennials are gonna love this.
The Airdog Fitair is a wearable air purifier.
The new sensor slips under your mattress, tracks your movements in the night, offers tailored sleep advice, and syncs directly with your phone or with the SmartThings connected home platform.
Coming in 2017, this off-wrist keychain computer aims to do a heck of a lot of stuff.
If you live in a place with terrible air pollution but still want to exercise outdoors, this N95 air mask, with its removable ventilator, could be just the thing.
Your denim future awaits.
Hands-free, cordless and with the kind of blissful silence that only a mother can appreciate, the Willow breast pump is a godsend for tired parents.
Jewelry that makes payments, unlocks doors and works as a password manager.
Ampy promises to generate power from your everyday movement, but it just doesn't deliver the goods.