Tag: Wireless

Review: Apple Watch Sport

Review: Apple Watch Sport

While there are a few terrific smartwatches on the consumer market today, it’s impossible to deny that Apple lead the way by developing the first versions. Without Apple, it’s likely that we wouldn’t even have smartwatches, at least for several more years. It took the company’s vision to make this come true.  So it’s ...

Review: LeapFrog LeapBand

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Review: LeapFrog LeapBand

LeapFrog has been making innovative entertainment for children since 1994. It gained a lot of attention by building kid-friendly versions of adult devices. It’s not too surprising, therefore, that the company now makes an activity tracker specifically designed for children. Before you question whether kids need to ...

Review: Gameband for Minecraft

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Review: Gameband for Minecraft

The Gameband for Minecraft is a unique wearable that all Minecraft enthusiasts should own. It’s different from other wearables designed to do things like track athletic performance and sleep quality. In fact, it’s the only design we know that is specifically designed for gamers. Practically everything about this ...

Review: Polar M400 GPS Running Watch

-11% Review: Polar M400 GPS Running Watch

There are a few companies that really dominate the GPS watch industry. Polar is one of them. The M400 GPS Sport Watch and Activity Tracker is one of Polar’s most sophisticated designs. Despite this, the M400 does come with a hefty price tag. We primarily tested the M400 running outdoors, where it did a fantastic ...

Review: Polar H7 Bluetooth Smart Heart Rate Sensor

Review: Polar H7 Bluetooth Smart Heart Rate Sensor

A typical fitness tracker is good enough for most people. If you’re really trying to improve your athletic performance, though, you need a heart rate sensor that can measure how hard you’re working. That’s when it’s time for you to invest in a device like the Polar H7. Top Features A good heart rate monitor ...

Review: Fitbit One Wireless Activity Plus Sleep Tracker

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Review: Fitbit One Wireless Activity Plus Sleep Tracker

When FitBit released its Ultra device in 2008, a lot of people couldn’t believe how well it worked. The wearable fit easily into a pocket, on a belt, or practically anywhere else. By 2012, though, it was starting to show its age, so FitBit updated the design, calling it the FitBit One. The FitBit One offers several ...

Review: Fitbit Blaze Smart Fitness Watch

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-15% Review: Fitbit Blaze Smart Fitness Watch

FitBit was the first company that managed to pull off wearable devices, at least for the general public. So it’s not a big surprise that the Blaze, one of its most sophisticated devices, has a lot of great features that will appeal to not only serious athletes but people who also just want to count their steps during ...

Review: Go Pro HERO4

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-4% Review: Go Pro HERO4

Are you searching for a way to better capture high-quality action shots? If so, the GoPro is likely the go-to camera you choose. Originally created in 2002, this camera has evolved quite a bit with the latest, most innovative option to date being the Go Pro HERO4. If you are on the fence about whether or not this is a ...

Review: Epson V12H548006 RF 3D Glasses

Review: Epson V12H548006 RF 3D Glasses

With the Epson V12H548006 RF 3D Glasses, you will experience 3D entertainment, unlike anything you have in the past. These glasses are lightweight and stylish, all while offering you amazing coverage. With these glasses on you will experience eye-popping entertainment, all while in your home. They are able to be ...

Review: Fitbit Surge Fitness Superwatch

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-20% Review: Fitbit Surge Fitness Superwatch

Many people consider the FitBit Surge to be one of the very best wearables on the market today. That’s especially true for extremely active people who want to take control of long workouts. Just because you are a more casual exerciser, though, doesn’t mean that this activity tracker isn’t right for you. It has some ...

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