The Apple Watch Series 2 offers the best smartwatch experience money can buy, but it's not cheap and it's not yet a must-have device. That being said, the Apple Watch Series 2 feels more focused than Apple's first attempt at cracking the wearable world, and importantly, more user friendly.
Spectacles - or "Snapchat sunglasses" - are some of the quirkiest gadgets we've come across in quite some time. Even if you're not big on Snapchat, there's plenty of enjoyment to be found in capturing day-to-day life from a whole new perspective.
As part of its Mobile World Congress, Huawei announced the Huawei Watch 2, a successor to its popular Android Wear smartwatch. While there is a high-end leather version available, the Huawei Watch 2 is much sportier than the original wearable, boasting a new design and "active" colours like orange.
After months of selling its video sunglasses through pop-up stores and vending machines around the United States, the company formally known as Snapchat is now letting anyone get their hands on Spectacles through an online store.
The Steel HR is analogue wrist watch with brains - and a small LCD display - behind the glass. In addition to tracking your steps, heart rate, sleep, and workouts, the Steel HR also uses its small display to alert you to notifications from a paired smartphone (compatible with iPhone and Android).
Samsung's latest smartwatch, the Gear S3, is now available for pre-order ahead of an Australian release date on November 18.
Apple and Nike's collaborative take on the Apple Watch will go on sale this Friday starting at $529. Dubbed the Apple Watch Nike+, the new wearable is ostensibly an Apple Watch Series 2 that's a little more tailored towards runners.
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