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The Garmin Epix series 2 is an incredibly powerful fitness watch.

Garmin Epix Gen 2 review: The ultimate fitness watch

The Garmin Epix might be the king of smart fitness watches, delivering more health metrics and detailed information than any other device.
Apple Watch Series 7 in a pocket.

Apple Watch Series 7 review: The best smartwatch you can buy, by far

The Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 smartwatch, worn on a person's wrist.

Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Review: The best Wear OS smartwatch for smaller wrists

Casio G-Shock GBD-200 on the wrist, with hand in a pocket.

Casio G-Shock GBD-200 review: A perfectly balanced hybrid smartwatch

Adjusting Apple Watch on wrist.

Six months in, I find the Apple Watch Series 6 incredibly boring

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Hands-on with Microsoft Mesh: I handed someone a whale shark, and it was awesome

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Apple Fitness Plus Review: Rough around the edges, but has potential

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Citizen CZ Smart review: Good smartwatch fails to capitalize on its heritage

Amazon Echo Frames (2nd Gen)

Amazon Echo Frames (2nd Gen) review: Alexa all the time, every time

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Garmin Vivomove Style Review: Smart, timeless, quirky

Wyze Band on wrist

Wyze Band review: Put this tracker on your radar

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Weekend hikers need the connected Casio Pro Trek PRT-B50 watch on their wrist

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The Polar Ignite watch rekindled my fitness efforts and then doused them again

The Polar Ignite boasts heart rate tracking, built-in GPS, and in-depth activity and sleep tracking all wrapped up in an understated package, but it has a lot of competition. I tried it out for a week or so to see how accurate it is and to try and get some motivation, but the goals proved tough to meet.
DokiPal review

It has LTE and a voice assistant, but the DokiPal kid’s smartwatch is a letdown

If you want to track your kids and call them, or enable them to call or message you, then a smartwatch can be a good alternative to a phone. I tried out the DokiPal smartwatch, which boasts LTE connectivity and a voice assistant, as well as fitness tracking, a camera, and more, but it did not work well.
Xiaomi Mi Smart Band 4

Xiaomi Mi Smart Band 4 impressions: All the fitness tracker you need

The Xiaomi Mi Smart Band 4 is one of the best value products available, and one of the only fitness bands you should consider buying. It costs a lot less than similar wearables from the big-names but does just as much, plus it has a colorful AMOLED screen, and even the option to change watch faces.
Xplora 3S review

Xplora 3S impressions: A kids smartwatch for calls and location tracking

If you want to keep tabs on your kids, but feel they are a bit young for a first smartphone, then the Xplora 3S kids smartwatch might be exactly what you need. The battery life is about two days and it doesn't have any games. But we tested it out with a discerning 7-year-old to find out what it's like.
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Nubia Alpha Hands-on review

The Nubia Alpha is the maddest wearable we’ve seen in a while. Described as a wearable smartphone, it has a 4-inch flexible screen that wraps around the top of your wrist, gesture controls so you don’t have to touch the screen, and even a camera. The style won’t be for everyone, and the price makes it a hard sell.
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To be blunt, the Vuzix Blade smartglasses just don’t cut it

We tested out the Vuzix Blade smartglasses for Android or iOS to find out what they’re capable of. There’s a built-in camera, a LED projector that displays content on your right lens, and a bunch of apps and games. Are these $1,000 smartglasses worth your while?
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Casio’s all-metal G-Shock uses its smart tech carefully, and for best effect

Casio has proved that not all connected watches have to be complicated, or have poorly designed apps, with its G-Steel GST-B100XA watch. While it won't challenge the Apple Watch for functionality, it does make the watch easier to use, and is never frustrating or unreliable.
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Beddr SleepTuner hands-on preview

Get past the fact you’ll be in bed with a sensor on your forehead, and the Beddr SleepTuner may be the first step in curing your sleep problems and improving your overall health. This clever piece of tech can detect the causes of sleep apnea, and provide advice on how to mitigate them, after just one night wearing it. We took a closer look at CES 2019.
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Like a shark with a saddle, Halo Board is sleek, smooth, and insanely fun to ride

If you’re looking for a quiet, smooth-riding electric longboard, look no further than our Halo Board Carbon Edition review.
Fossil Q Neely Hybrid review

Fossil Q Neely Hybrid review

With the Fossil Q Neely, bigger isn’t always better. This beautiful watch comes with tons of smart functions but keeps a traditional look. As Fossil’s smallest hybrid smartwatch, you can track your activity, receive notification alerts, and even calculate your commute time.
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Casio G Shock GPW-2000 Gravitymaster review

In our Casio G Shock GPW-2000 Gravitymaster review, we establish whether adding Bluetooth connectivity to a watch turns it into a smartwatch, or enters a new category entirely.
Matrix PowerWatch review

Matrix PowerWatch review

Charging all your devices can be a real pain – but Matrix is here to change that with a watch that charges from body heat. We put it to the test in our Matrix PowerWatch review.
MyKronoz ZeTime review

MyKronoz ZeTime review

MyKronoz’ watch blends a digital display with analog hands. It works as advertised, but our ZeTime Hybrid Smartwatch review finds the experience middling.
UGreen 2-in-1 Apple Charger Review

UGreen 2-in-1 Apple Watch and iPhone Portable Charger Review

In our UGreen 2-in-1 portable Apple charger review, we take a close look at a convenient battery pack that will charge your iPhone and Apple Watch up together or individually.
Thync Relax Pro Review

Thync Relax Pro review

The Thync Relax Pro is a wearable device that promises to relax you in just 10 minutes. It can be used anywhere, and at any time. Sign us up!
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Jins Frontswitch 3-In-1 glasses review

Eyewear-maker Jins new Frontswitch glasses are a versatile solution to keeping our eyes protected against sunlight and blue light emitted by our smartphones, while still looking cool.
Montblanc Summit Hands on

Montblanc Summit: Our first take

Montblanc, the luxury goods company best known for its pens, has launched its first Android Wear smartwatch called the Summit.
Veldt Luxture

Veldt Luxture: Our first take

The Veldt Luxture, a hybrid smartwatch, may change everything we hate about fitness trackers with its innovative Life Rhythm feature.
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Tag Heuer Connected Modular 45: Our first take

Tag Heuer's luxury world of Swiss watches and the high-tech smarts of Intel have come together in the new Connected Modular 45 smartwatch.
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Kronaby Hybrid smartwatch: Our first take

The world of hybrid smartwatches is getting bigger, and we've been trying on newcomer Kronaby's extensive, classy range of models.
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If you need a wardrobe of watches, the Guess Connect Touch is for you

Guess has experience in the world of smart wearables, and has finally launched its first full smartwatch, the Guess Connect Touch.
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Senstone wearable voice recorder: Our first take

Meet the Senstone, a piece of jewelry that combines form and function, serving as a 21st-century note-taking device.

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