Huawei's Band 2 Pro was the best sub-$100 fitness tracker around. The newest model isn't as good.
This sleek fitness band packs advanced sensors in an affordable package, but its display and activity tracking could use improvement.
The latest Spectacles offer neat upgrades from the first pair of camera-equipped glasses, but overall issues persist.
Garmin’s running-focused device just got a whole lot more versatile, with support for onboard music storage.
Under Armour's Hovr Sonic won't replace your fitness tracker or smartwatch, but these smart shoes offer extra insights about your runs that you can't get from many activity bands.
With a built-in heart-rate monitor and storage for music, the TomTom Spark 3 Cardio + Music is the best GPS watch for those who want to track their heart rates and listen to music while working out.
The ZTE Quartz is a sub-$200 Android Wear 2.0 smartwatch that has a T-Mobile SIM, but this device isn't the bargain it seems.
With more than 20 hours of battery life, the ability to track almost any activity and a durable design, the Garmin fenix 5 is the outdoor GPS watch to get.
The Samsung Gear VR offers an easy to-use controller, voice commands and an updated interface for a more immersive virtual reality experience.
The LG Watch Style helps introduce Android 2.0 to the masses, but fails to make use of all of the features that the software supports.
New Balance’s Android Wear-powered RunIQ smartwatch trips over its limited features, poor interface and short battery life.
The Suunto Spartan Ultra is a durable watch for serious athletes, but a poor app and a lack of key activity-tracking features mean it's not worth the price.
The Coach Bleecker smartwatch is a smart wearable disguised as a regular analog timepiece. Those looking for more features will be better off with the Samsung Gear S3 Frontier.
While it looks a bit bland, the inexpensive Polar M200 is a capable GPS running watch with both a heart-rate monitor and smartphone notifications.
The E Ink display on the inexpensive Withings Go lets you quickly see how close you are to meeting your day’s goals.
Though it lacks GPS and a heart rate monitor, the affordable Asus Zenwatch 3 sports an attractive design and long battery life.
The Nevo Balade Parisienne is a good-looking fitness-tracker watch, but its app isn’t well-thought-out.
A large display, attractive design and some smartwatch functionality (like notifications) make the Basis Peak an excellent activity tracker.
Get the Misfit Ray if you want a stylish fitness tracker, but also consider the Shine 2, which has a sleeker profile.
With GPS, a heart-rate monitor and built-in storage for music, there's a lot to like about the Gear Fit 2. However, the display can be tough to read outdoors.
The LG Watch Urbane LTE makes and receives calls and messages, and gets notifications without being tethered to your phone, but iPhone owners should wait for iOS compatibility.
Those looking for a minimalist fitness-tracking device will like the Misfit Shine's design. Read our full review of this fitness tracker.
The eye-catching Guess Connect smartwatch delivers notifications and voice control to your wrist, but it doesn’t do enough for the price.
You can stream music directly from the TomTom Spark Cardio + Music (and leave your phone at home), but poor software makes this a less-than-ideal running watch.
The UA HealthBox packs a fitness tracker, scale and heart-rate chest strap for a reasonable price, but other stand-alone devices are better.