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.
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.
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.
With three-month battery life and a super compact design, the Fi GPS dog collar is discreet enough to slip on your pooch and forget about. Until you really need it. Our full review takes a look at battery life, range, and pricing compared to the alternatives.
Garmin's new Forerunner 245 Music debuts with a bevy of new metrics, onboard maps, and music. Will these features help you make strides in your training? Is it for casual or serious athletes? We put the watch through its paces to find out.
The Fitbit Inspire HR delivers an outstanding value in a fitness tracker, providing all the features you need including solid step tracking, detailed sleep tracking, and reliable heart rate monitoring. The affordable price makes its easy to recommend the Inspire HR for anyone looking to make the jump into the world of fitness tracking.
The Huawei Watch GT shows what Huawei can do when it ditches Google’s Wear OS and comes up with its own smartwatch operating system. The result is a stylish watch with amazing battery life, and some strong fitness tracking features, but with some surprising omissions that limited the device’s audience.
Huawei’s latest fitness tracker is the Huawei Band 3 Pro. At $70, the Band 3 Pro is meant to be a versatile device that can be worn both day and night while also providing advanced fitness tracking when you need it. But with very few differences from its predecessor, is it worth the upgrade? Find out in our Huawei Band 3 Pro review.
On paper, Garmin's latest fitness band, the Vivosmart 4, hits the mark with its stylish design, a pulse ox sensor, and innovative features like body battery. How do these features measure up in real life? Are they worthwhile or a waste? We put the Garmin fitness tracker to the test to find out.
Mobvoi’s Ticwatch S is one of the most affordable Wear OS smartwatches on the market. For $160, you’ll not only get built-in GPS but also a heart-rate sensor -- adding more capability to your workouts and daily activity tracking. But are the features enough to look past the unique design? We take a look in our review.