This week on gdgt

Each week, our friends at gdgt go through the latest gadgets and score them to help you decide which ones to buy. Here are some of their latest picks. Want more? Visit gdgt anytime to catch up on the latest, and subscribe to gdgt's newsletter to get a weekly roundup in your inbox.

This week on gdgt Fitbit's Flex may never leave your wrist

Fitbit Flex

The Flex is the latest fitness device from Fitbit, and like their other models, it can track your activities and sleep cycles, syncing wirelessly with Fitbit's website or smartphone app. The watch-like Flex is lightweight, stylish and water-resistant. While it lacks the digital display of Fitbit's earlier models, you may find it so comfortable that you'll never take it off.
Buy from $99
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This week on gdgt Fitbit's Flex may never leave your wrist

Samsung LED F8000 Series

Samsung gets just about everything right with its F8000 series, with what critics are calling the best picture quality available on any LCD TV, along with the best Smart TV system you'll find anywhere. The Smart TV features boast an intuitive interface and speedy performance, thanks to the TV's advanced processor. If the F8000 has one downside, it's a premium price -- but more affordable Samsung models, including the F6300 series, are still great options.
Buy from $2065
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This week on gdgt Fitbit's Flex may never leave your wristNoontec Zoro

At first glance you might mistake the Zoro for a pair of Beats headphones, and it's obvious that Noontec took some design inspiration from Dr. Dre's signature line in order to capture the same market. Though the Zoro bites their style, what they don't copy exactly is the Beats line's signature bass-heavy sound, boasting a more neutral sound signature. While you won't mistake the Zoro for a more expensive pair of headphones, the sound is good for their price -- and you may just be able to fool passersby into thinking you shelled out a lot more for them than you actually did.
Buy from $67
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This week on gdgt Fitbit's Flex may never leave your wristCorsair Voyager Air

The Voyager Air is a portable drive that includes built-in WiFi for access via your smartphone, a USB 3.0 connection and an Ethernet connection, which makes it easy to turn it into a NAS. Though it may seem a bit pricey when compared to the higher-scored Seagate Wireless Plus, the Voyager Air's combination of speed, battery life and Ethernet port make it a viable solution for someone looking for a WiFi-capable portable drive.
Buy from $179
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