When it comes to wearables, people are often divided between two categories: smartwatches and fitness trackers.
And while it’s true that fitness trackers are certainly becoming more like smartwatches with their ability to receive smartphone notifications, they’re still fairly basic in design. Smartwatches, on the other hand, have a host of advantages: They’re equipped with bigger touchscreen displays, support a wider ecosystem of apps, and, crucially, have a larger body to fit a few more sensors than a tracker can.
Smartwatches aren’t centered strictly around health and fitness use cases, either. They can be a handy companion for your day-to-day tasks, allowing you to view and interact with emails, calendar reminders, calls, texts, and more. Read more…More about Fitbit, Apple Watch, Smartwatches, Tech, and Consumer Tech