One of the bigger trends in electronics is fitness trackers. Some are as complex as smart watches, and others more simple. Some you wear on your wrist and others can be clipped on your belt like pedometers. There are a variety of fitness trackers out there. Most models have smart phone apps or fitness software so you can upload your data through Bluetooth. A GPS feature is going to cost you extra, and by extra I mean around a hundred dollars.
If you’re interested in a home try-on service Lumoid has a great trial service that even let’s you try the new Apple Watch (that’ll cost extra though). A link to that website can be found here. They even offer a quiz to help you find which wearable would work best for you. Continue reading “Fitness Trackers”