Ticwatch S review! I’m still on board the smartwatch train! Ticwatch has delivered some new affordable watches running Android Wear 2.0. The Ticwatch S focuses on fitness, and I’ve been trying to lose some weight. Seems like a good fit to me!
Today I have for you my review of the Apple Watch Series 3 after using it for over 2 weeks with the iPhone 8 Plus. I am very surprised how the watch performed on a daily basis and how the battery lasted over 2 days on regular usage.
We’ve spent a little while running Huawei’s second smartwatch through its paces. It’s a chunky wearable, packed full of tech, but is it the right fit for you? Here’s our full review of the Huawei Watch 2.
Audio was the original wearable technology. While headphones might not always be the most exciting gadget topic, LG has a fresh take on mobile audio. Spending a week wearing them almost non-stop, here are some thoughts on the LG Tone Studio!
A slightly different take on a smartwatch, the Skagen Connected relies on analog dials to track fitness and deliver notifications. Boasting six month long battery life, can this wearable bridge the gap between classic timepieces and modern smartphone accessories? Here’s our full review.
Consumer headphones and phone audio have improved significantly over recent years, but the one thing we can’t recreate is the sensation of listening to live music or music on good speakers, the vibrations in the air that we feel throughout the body. The folks at Lofelt are looking to fix that with a crazy little subwoofer worn on your wrist. Juan had a chance to sit down with the Founder and CEO of Lofelt, Daniel Büttner to chat music and get a first look (and feel) at their Basslet wearable subwoofer.