Smartwatch Roundup

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While the Apple watch won’t be coming out for a couple more weeks, the smartwatch has already been well-established for some time now. With many big-brand names releasing watches onto the market, it’s tough to say which one is the best. We’ve taken a look at four of the top smartwatches already released onto the market and break down some specs on each one. If you’re looking for something functional, sporty, or stylish, read on for our selection on these top timepieces keeping you connected.

pebblesteelPebble Steel
Price: $199

The Pebble Steel has one of the best battery life on the market. While the display is simple, it does exactly what is asked of it. Great for tech-lovers as it is compatible with both Android and iOS. If you’re looking to spend a little less, the original Pebble watch is available for only $99.99.

  • Compatible with iOS and Android
  • Watch easily readable day or night, even in bright sunlight
  • Water resistant
  • 7 day average battery life
  • Available in black and silver

 

Sony Smartwatch 3
Price: $248

The Sony SmartWatch 3 has a built-in GPS feature so you can take a jog while leaving your phone at home. A simple screen makes it not as flashy as its rivals, but can pair with wireless headphones to you can blast your tunes on the go.

  • Compatible with Android
  • Uses voice search
  • Built in GPS
  • Customizable with variety of wrist straps available
  • Waterproof
  • 48 hour average battery life
  • Available in black, lime, pink, and white

LG G Watch R
Price: $299.99

Rated one of the best smartwatches on the market, the LG G Watch R is the perfect blend of functionality, style, and tech. While it’s not as chunky and sleek as some of the watches out there, it stands on its own with its impressive screen.

  • Compatible with Android
  • Customizable with multiple straps and watch face design
  • Water resistant
  • 24 hour average battery life
  • Available in black

Moto 360
Price: $249.99

Want customization? Look no further than the Moto 360. It’s not as slim as a regular watch, but easily rivals the look with all the customization options at a great price.

  • Compatible with Android
  • Fully customizable with 3 different cases, 10 different bands, and 11 faces
  • Water resistant
  • All day (mixed use) average battery life

What do you think of the new smartwatch trend? Do you think it is here to say or a tech fad that eventually with fade? Let us know what you think in a comment below!

 

 

 

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