Top Wearable Gadgets of 2021

Top Wearable Gadgets of 2022

Wearable technologies are taking on widespread popularity in the U.S and around the globe. Amazingly, wearables aren’t limited to just watches anymore either. 

Talking to the tech experts, we got their recommendations for the top 14 latest wearable gadgets (not in any order) hitting the market this year. So, let’s check them out;

Oculus Quest

“The Oculus Quest virtual reality headset effectively represents a new era of VR that allows users to fully immerse themselves deeply into virtual realms. It is an all-in-one VR device that boasts four ultra-wide-angle sensors that are able to fully track everything around your head including your back. And the best thing about it is that it doesn’t even require you to have a PC to operate it.” (Eden Cheng)

Bose Sleepbuds II Earphones

“If you are desperate to get a good night’s rest, then what you need is a wearable piece of tech that can help you do just that and there’s no better option out there than Bose’s Sleepbuds II. These earbuds are specially designed to be small enough to fit in one’s ear and come with rubber tips that effectively block noise, ensuring that you get an adequate amount of rest with no fear of interruption. Plus, they sync up well with the Bose app, from where you can pre-program soothing sounds directly into the earbuds, as well.” (Eden Cheng)

Apple Watch Series 6 Smartwatch

“There’s no question that Apple’s Series 5 watch was one of the best smartwatches that money could buy, but 2022’s new update boasts blood-oxygen monitoring features, as well as sleep tracking. Moreover, it does well to integrate with the new Apple Fit subscription workout platform, making it the ultimate wearable piece of tech that you need to stay digitally futuristic at all times and also keep a good eye on your overall health in the process.”

Eden Cheng, Co-Founder PeopleFinderFree

Jlab Jbud Frames

“These are small stereo devices that can be attached to any glass frame so you can have wireless stereo audio (that can only be heard by the person wearing them). Work with Bluetooth connection and are incredibly lightweight, more discreet than most wireless earbuds.” (Jesse David Thé)

Apple Watch Series 6 Smartwatch

“In terms of smartwatches and technology, it’s impossible not to name Apple. The Apple Watch is a must if you love working out and already have any kind of Apple device. This new Series 6 watch has blood-oxygen monitoring and sleep tracking additions, and it integrates to the Apple Fit subscription workout platform.” (Jesse David Thé)

Honor Band 6

“The company making the honor band 6 splits from Huawei, but it kept most of the technologies developed by the Chinese multinational. This smartwatch offers up to 10 built-in sports modes, which make it a perfect fitness tracker. It also includes a blood-oxygen monitor, an accelerometer, and a gyroscope motion detector. The best part is how affordable it is, retailing for less than $40.”

Jesse David Thé, CEO of Tauria

Razer’s AirPop Active+ Smark Mask

“The AirPop Active+ is a fully adjustable facial mask that you can control with your smartphone. In addition to offering soothing vibrations while you’re sleeping, the mask acts as a Bluetooth-enabled personal assistant with voice-recognition capabilities. The mask’s mic also records short messages for you to send to your friends.” (Lynda Fairly)

Jabra Elite 85t for Noise Cancelling in Stereo

“Jabra has had a longstanding partnership with BMW, and the Elite 85t is a wireless headset that connects to the car’s Bluetooth system. On top of that, it also works as an audio system in its own right for playing music and podcasts through your phone.” (Lynda Fairly)

Fossil Gen 5 LTE Touchscreen Smartwatch

“Fossil’s Gen 5 touchscreen smartwatch is one of the first to offer built-in LTE connectivity. Fossil also plans to release a special edition “Arctic” model later this year, which includes a 24-hour altimeter and temperature sensor.”

Lynda Fairly, Co-founder, Marketing Numlooker

Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro

“This bud comes with Active Noise Cancellation, an 11mm woofer and a 6.5mm tweeter, the Galaxy Buds Pro provides Samsung’s best audio experience yet.” (Stephen Curry)

Fossil Gen 5 LTE Touchscreen

“The Fossil Gen 5 LTE Touchscreen leverages LTE connectivity from Verizon, the Qualcomm Snapdragon Bear 3100 platform, and Google’s Wear OS to allow users to make calls and do messaging without a mobile phone.” (Stephen Curry)

Jlab JBuds Frame

“It’s a device that discreetly connects with a user’s glasses to provide wireless audio on the go.” (Stephen Curry)

Lenovo ThinkReality A3

“Lenovo recently launched a new version of its augmented reality smart glasses with the introduction of the ThinkReality A3. The device is aimed at enabling enhanced workflows and training—for example, by extending data atop the real-world view to assist with the task at hand.” (Stephen Curry)

Vuzix M4000

“Vuzix’s M4000 enterprise-focused smart glasses provide a fully non-occluded see-through heads-up display, making it look as if the interface is in front of the user. The camera has been created for scanning and telepresence capabilities.”

Stephen Curry, Chief Executive Officer CocoSign

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