Of what use are wearables if you won't want to wear them? It was quite obvious that tech companies must have gotten a few tips from the style department to make their gadgets more stylish and less silly-looking.
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2015, gave birth to a whole lot of swanky gadgets including some fashionable wearable devices.
After all, of what use are wearables if you won't want to wear them? It was quite obvious that tech companies must have gotten a few tips from the style department to make their gadgets more stylish and less silly-looking.
Scroll through the photo gallery (above) to get a glimpse of some fashionable earphones, cameras and trackers, that will hit the shelves in the next few months.
Bellabeat Leaf Pendant: Fashion meets function with the Bellabeat Leaf, a pendant that keeps tabs on physical activity, nutrition, sleep, and reproductive health (like period and ovulation dates). Sync it with an app for details and wear the pretty piece—which comes in five different leaf designs—as a necklace, pendant, or bracelet.
Stellé Audio Earbud Locke: Consider the new Stellé Audio earbud locket a stylish twofer. It's actually a necklace that holds Bluetooth earbuds for music and phone calls. The locket controls the audio, letting you to change the volume or answer calls by touching a button.
Mira Health Tracker: Mira was actually designed after getting input from a panel of women across the U.S. The small black activity tracker is detachable so you can place it anywhere, but fits in a stylish bracelet that comes in gold and deep purple.
June UV Ray Tracker: This incredible UV tracker was first spotted last year at CES, but it's back and better than before. The jewel tells you how much sun is hitting you and gives sun protection advice. It now comes in three colours: platinum, gold and gunmetal.
Narrative Wearable Camera: This Narrative portable camera clip is slick and teeny, so you can wear it without anyone really noticing it's on you. Plus, it comes with 8GB of memory, wireless connectivity, and a 30-hour battery life.
Swarovski x Misfit Collection: Activity-tracker company Misfit recently teamed up Swarovski for a sparkly new collection called Swarovski Shine. The nine-piece line features sleep- and fitness-tracking gadgets that double as jewelry (necklaces, bracelets, bands, and more).
Guess Connect Smartwatch: The upcoming Guess Connect Smartwatch is pretty and practical, working with Android and iOS to display text-based notifications from a discreet OLED screen. No word on pricing or exact launch date yet.