The Flex brings Fitbit's activity tracking to your wrist. Available in four colors, the Flex is designed to be worn all day and night, and can track your steps, calories burned, sleep quality, and more. The Flex is available for pre-order now for $99, and will ship this spring.
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Masimo's fingertip device lets you track your blood oxygenation level, pulse rate, and perfusion index -- data that hikers, mountain climbers, and even frequent flyers will find useful. The iSpO2 works with any iOS device, for instant feedback.
Withings wants to take on Fitbit with its new tracker, which ups the tracking ante with a heart-rate monitor. Like Fitbit's latest devices, it includes Bluetooth syncing, so you can check your results using a smartphone app without having to stop and tether first.
BodyMedia's latest armband is designed to track your exercise and sleep patterns, and will come with a variety of interchangeable faceplates, straps and cuffs, so you can stay fashionable while keeping fit. Pricing hasn't been announced, but the cuff is expected to sell for about $150.
This upgrade to Withings' Smart Scale adds the ability to track your heart rate and your home's air quality to its predecessor's weight and body-fat analysis features. Air quality is sampled every 30 minutes, and the scale can give you a reading on your home's CO2 levels each time you weigh yourself.
Want to track your workouts without breaking the bank? The $50 Fitbug Orb straps on your wrist, uses Bluetooth to sync your fitness data with your iOS device, and can track your steps and sleeping habits. It lacks a display, so you won't get any realtime feedback, but that's also true of the Jawbone UP, which sells for more than twice the price.
Garmin's latest GPS for bikers has a touchscreen, can track your speed, cadence, distance and heart rate, and can also track weather conditions, so you'll always know when to come in out of the rain.
The Edge 810 has all of the features of the 510, along with a 2.6-inch color display and detailed street and topographic maps. Both models can sync with a smartphone, and have handlebar mounts for easy installation on any bike.