3. Fitbit Smartwatch
Fitbit is already well-known for their line of wearable fitness devices, and 2018 will be another big year for the company. They have numerous projects slated for consumer release in 2018, including the Fitbit Charge 3. Expected to carry a price tag of approximately $150, tech-savvy fitness enthusiasts are already anticipating this piece of wearable tech.
Although details on the upcoming release are limited, the Fitbit Charge 3 will have all the features of its predecessors, including a sleek, streamlined design, a water-resistant housing, GPS-like functionality and data on your pulse and heart rate.
Virtual reality is a huge hit amongst modern gamers, but there is a substantial subset of consumers who literally cannot stomach the technology. As some of the current devices are known for causing motion sickness in some users, the Reliefband might be the solution gamers need.
Clinically tested and approved by the FDA, this is a piece of wearable technology that complements other, pre-existing gadgets. But it’s not just for VR gaming. The Reliefband works with motion sickness caused by traveling, amusement park rides and even vertigo or pregnancy.