Wearable Gadgets

Wearable Gadgets

Wearable technology is a type of technology that can be worn by the customer and often includes tracking information about the health and fitness of the customer. While there are still debates about the wearable technology, companies from different parts of the world are now designing their own wearable devices. There is a wide range of wearable devices available in the market that can be used to monitor our heart rate,blood pressure, diabetes, weight loss, eyesight etc.

Google Corporation has given us so much excitement in the world of technology and when it comes to research and development Google technology has made our lives so much easier. There is nothing in the world that we want to search for and is not available on Google. Similarly Apple is a company which is at the top of the wearable technology industry today after it released its smart watch which is very magnificent in design but requires an iPhone or Wi-Fi. Another device which is in focus nowadays is called the Commbadge. The purpose of this gadget is to give you a hands free communication no matter where you are in the world. It is the only wearable communicator for both iPhone and Android and provides unlimited access to Google Now and Siri voice commands while your phone is in your pocket.

If we talk about wearable technology we can’t forget about another company that has been very successful in the field of wearable technology and the name of that company is “GoPro”. 

 

 


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