CES PREVIEW: The hottest new wearable technology
LAS VEGAS (CW) —
CES is kicking off this week and we're getting a sneak peek of some of this year's latest and greatest gadgets. Joining us this morning is the founder of Living In Digital Times, Robin Raskin, with some wearable technology.
SOLOS Smart Glasses
- These sporty glasses are particularly helpful to cyclists and runners who can use AR capabilities and voice commands to safely access data, listen to music and make calls, hands-free!
- SOLOS will display heart rate, time elapsed, running cadence and more in the display.
- They can also connect to other programs that provide personalized coaching.
- Available this winter for $499.
- The Modius band is a wearable device that claims to help you lose weight through vestibular stimulation in the brain.
- You wear the headset, which connects to points behind your ears, for 60 minutes per day. It gently stimulates the area in your brain that controls fat storage, metabolism and food cravings.
- Modius also promotes a healthy lifestyle of nutritious food and exercise as a part of their regimen.
- Available now (on backorder) for $499.
GoBe 2 Smart Life Band
- GoBe 2 is the only fitness wearable that can monitor calorie intake non-invasively through the skin, so your days of tracking everything you eat are over!
- GoBe has six activity and stress sensors that measure calorie intake, calories burned, energy balance, water balance, stress level, emotional state, heart rate, sleep quality, distance traveled/number of steps per day.
- Data is sent securely to an app on your phone.
- Available for $199.