This year's CES was awash in wearables and while many of them took the form of wrist-worn fitness trackers and smartwatches, the genre has expanded beyond the basics. While some iOS users may be holding out for the Apple Watch in April, there's still a great selection of cross-platform devices available right now. Withings' Activité Pop has classic analog style while still tracking steps and calories burned, all with the help of an eight-month battery. LG's G Watch R is a decent Android Wear option that offers a truly circular display, while the Moto 360 still cuts a striking figure -- although neither can manage more than a single day on a charge. The Basis Peak is also a contender, with reliable sleep and fitness tracking in a water-resistant package. As for wearable cameras, GoPro remains the go-to brand in the genre and its latest series of Hero4 cams don't disappoint. You can find our full list of picks in the buyer's guide, but we've also listed them in the gallery below. Who knows? Maybe skimming through will help you burn a calorie or two.