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Wearable Reviews

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Fitbit Charge 4 review: The only fitness tracker you need

The Fitbit Charge 4 fitness tracker may have an aging design, but under the hood, it offers all the features you would expect, plus a super well-designed app.
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Lenovo Yoga Smart Tab review: A tablet, and then some

The Lenovo Yoga Smart Tab is an Android tablet that stands out in a crowd. It packs useful features into a 10.1-inch device, including a versatile kickstand.
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Wyze Band review: Put this tracker on your radar

Alexa skills that let you control your smart home, heart tracker, sleep tracker, great screen, and more make this inexpensive fitness tracker a great choice.

Suunto 7 review: Still a hardcore fitness watch

The Suunto 7 is the company's first WearOS smartwatch, and it's made to attract Suunto's hardcore fans, and appeal to newcomers with its lifestyle-driven look.
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Arlo Video Doorbell Review: Nothing fishy about this camera

The Arlo Video Doorbell is a slim, no-fuss smart video doorbell. It has a video camera you can use to catch porch pirates, motion detection, and more.
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EufyCam 2 Review: Great night sight and a year-long battery

The EufyCam 2 is a smart wireless security camera that supports Google Assistant, Alexa and Apple Homekit. It can even enhance video when a person is detected.
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Kwikset Halo Review: A tough smart lock that’s hard to love

The Halo by Kwikset is a smart lock that be controlled using an app, codes, or an old fashioned set of keys. It's also extremely durable.
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NordicTrack X32i Treadmill Review: Immersive workouts in your home gym

The NordicTrack X32i is more than just a treadmill. Its trainer-led workouts from around the world will transform how you exercise in ways you least expect.
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Emporio Armani Smartwatch 3 Review: Not the style icon it should be

Wearing an Armani suit is a big statement, and such things are often worn by someone who wants to look classy and sophisticated. Surely wearing an Emporio Armani smartwatch will return the same effect? Sadly, the latest model -- unimaginatively named the Smartwatch 3 -- just doesn't have the style or performance you're looking for.

Wahoo Kickr BIKE: Become a cyclist from your living room

Wahoo is pushing the fitness industry to new heights with the Kickr BIKE. Taking indoor cycling to a level of immersion that will make you wonder if you ever need to ride outside again. The Kickr BIKE will impress anyone looking to stay fit while indoors.
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Puma Smartwatch review: Looks sporty, performs poorly

Manufactured by the Fossil Group, the Puma Smartwatch offers a sleek and sporty Wear OS look and plenty of fitness tracking features. It's also a device that doesn't need your phone to track your workouts. But performance is a major issue -- even more so than most Wear OS watches.
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Logitech Ergo K860 review: The most comfortable keyboard you can buy

Logitech has a heritage of making super comfortable mice. Now, some of those same design elements are coming to a keyboard too with the Logitech Ergo K860. It completes Logitech's Ergo lineup and with its ergonomics and design, the K860 is one of the most comfortable keyboards you can buy.
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Jarvisen Translator Review: A translator for serious travel

Traveling and communicating in foreign lands isn't easy, but the Jarvisen Translator claims to be the best there is by translating up to 60 languages in real time. We put the Jarvisen Translator to the test, to see if it's worth its $429 price tag.
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Apple Card review: Two months in, the benefits just get better

Apple’s tie-up with Goldman Sachs has birthed a credit card with a lot of buzz, even if its rewards are a bit paltry and it’s iPhone-only card management might leave you stranded if you lose your phone. But this is about getting Americans used to mobile payments, and it does that quite well.
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Fossil Gen 5 review: Style overcomes the flaws of Wear OS

Google’s Wear OS watches have a hard time distinguishing themselves. Some poke their head above the status quo with value, looks, or performance. In the case of the Fossil Gen 5, it’s the looks and smooth performance. I still can’t help but feel that Google is letting companies like Fossil down.
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Garmin Instinct review: A budget smartwatch for adventurers

The Garmin Instinct has a price you can't resist and a feature set that begs you to get outside. It's durable, offers fitness and health tracking features, and can help you navigate. Is this affordable adventure watch worth your hard-earned cash? We tested it in the rugged mountains of Maine to find out.

Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 review: A bite out of Apple

The Galaxy Watch Active 2 rounds out Samsung's watch lineup well, offering Android users the essential functionalities and price of an Apple Watch Sport. Adding ECG, LTE, and some new third-party app integrations, its biggest competitors are its own Galaxy Watch siblings and its predecessor.
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Fitbit Versa 2 review: The subscription smartwatch

The Fitbit Versa 2 is in a strange place. It delivers multi-day battery life, and priced at $200 it offers almost any feature a Google Wear OS smartwatch might. But it bumps right up against pricing on the Apple Watch Series 3. Where it should set itself apart -- fitness -- it comes up short.

Garmin Fenix 6S Pro Review: Small watch, big deal

Garmin didn't disappoint with its new Fenix 6 outdoor watches adding power-saving battery modes, a new pace calculator and even solar charging in select models. We've enjoyed hands-on time with the Fenix 6S Pro, the smallest model in the Fenix series, and discovered that size definitely doesn't matter.
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Diesel On Axial review: A bold design for Wear OS

Diesel's Wear OS smartwatch stands out for its rugged, industrial, over-sized design that's sure to turn heads. It's not just unashamedly a Diesel design. It's also a feature-packed bit of tech with the latest Android smartwatch internals, and all the hardware you could ask for in such a device.
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Fitbit Charge 3 review: Jack of all trades

Fitbit’s latest wearable is part fitness tracker, part smartwatch. Building on the Fitbit Charge 2, the Charge 3 has a sleeker look and more capabilities, for $150. We take a closer look at what the Charge 3 has to offer once it’s strapped to your wrist.
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Withings BPM Core Review: Two out of three is just OK

Withings BPM Core is the world's first blood pressure monitor to include an ECG and a digital stethoscope. Being the first is not always the best and, unfortunately, the BPM Core broke my heart by failing to deliver on one of the device's key metrics. It's also expensive at $250.
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Amazfit Verge review: More features, less money

The $160 Amazfit Verge is an affordable and surprisingly full-featured GPS watch. It exceeded our expectations on several counts and even rivaled Garmin and Suunto in performance. It's an incredible value.
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Withings Connect review: Easy blood pressure monitoring

Withings is back at it again taking bland medical devices and transforming them into stylish, portable companions to monitor your health. The Withings Connect is exactly that. We used it everywhere -- even the doctor's office. It's so easy and accurate I almost couldn't stop using it.
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Michael Kors Access Lexington 2 review: Elegant form, average software

It's quite the looker -- Michael Kors is a designer brand, after all -- and you'll find most of the sensors you could ask for in a smartwatch. Better yet, you have battery modes that can take this watch beyond the average. But Google's Wear OS just can't help but hold it back, even with capable hardware inside.
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Huawei Watch GT2 hands-on review: The software holds it back

Huawei's latest smartwatch is the Watch GT2, and it has been treated to an upmarket redesign and a host of new features, which make it more of an all-rounder than its predecessor. However, first impressions of the software are not as good, and there's still work to be done on this aspect. Read our hands-on review.
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Mobvoi TicWatch Pro 4G/LTE review

Mobvoi has launched a 4G version of its TicWatch Pro, which has seen some slight changes from last year’s model. The LTE connectivity only works on Verizon at the moment, but it opens a world of possibilities with the watch. You won’t find a more feature-packed Wear OS by Google smartwatch than the TicWatch Pro 4G/LTE.
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Amazfit GTS Review: Apple Watch looks, but not Apple software

It’s easy to dismiss the Amazfit GTS off as a cheap Apple Watch knockoff. It’s undeniably a clone due to the distinctive shape of the body, but to ignore it entirely because of this would be a mistake. However, the software still needs work, as the notifications are not always reliable.
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Logitech G Pro X review: The ultimate gaming keyboard

The Logitech G Pro X mechanical gaming keyboard doesn't reinvent the wheel, so much as let you replace the nuts and tire if they wear out. This is a mechanical keyboard with swappable switches, letting you customize the switches under every key, as well as replace them if they go bad.
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Garmin Forerunner 945 review

Garmin's Forerunner 945 takes fitness tracking to a whole new level with a feature list that is beyond compare. We spent some time with the Forerunner 945 to find out if all these features are worth the watch's high price tag.
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Samsung Galaxy Fit review

Samsung’s going toe-to-toe against Fitbit’s Inspire HR with its own $99 fitness tracker -- the Galaxy Fit. It also has a heart rate monitor, can automatically detect six workouts, shows you all the notifications from your phone, and has a battery that can last for days -- all in a small package.
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Samsung Galaxy Watch Active review

Samsung’s Galaxy Watch Active is a strong contender in the wearable world. It has solid battery life, a great notification system, and good fitness-tracking capabilities, all for a price of $200. Did we mention it looks great, too? The competition’s tough, but the Galaxy Watch Active puts up a tougher fight.
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Coros Vertix review: For the mountaineer in all of us

Coros changed the fitness watch landscape by delivering battery life that is unbelievable in its Pace and Apex watches. We got our hands on the company's latest watch, the Vertix, to see if this adventure watch has the chops to compete with rivals Garmin and Suunto. Find out how it measures up here.
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Diesel On Axial hands-on review: An undeniably wild and stunning smartwatch

Diesel's latest smartwatch, the On Axial, has the wildest, most uncompromising, and completely masculine design we've seen yet. The brilliant visuals are matched with some much needed technical improvements too, and based on our early impressions, it's going to be a solid performer. Here's our first look.