The ZenWatch 2 is a very affordable, long-lasting Android Wear watch, but its design is on the clunky side.
The Apple Watch is a versatile smartwatch with a striking design and a rich selection of features and apps, but the watchOS 2 update makes it even better.
Buy the Pebble Time Steel if you want an Android- and iOS-compatible smartwatch with a sleek all-metal design, notification delivery and long battery life.
While it has few frills, the TomTom Golfer GPS Watch does what it does rather well: measuring accurate distances to greens, hazards and layup points.
Combining a color touchscreen, smartphone notifications, 39,000 courses, and swing analysis, the Garmin Approach S6 a great, if expensive, companion for any stats-obsessed golfer.
The $149 Jabra Sport Coach wireless earbuds provide great sound quality, a comfortable design and easy-to-follow workout guides to help shake up your exercise routine.
Despite accurate location logging, this GPS tracker can't compete with rival devices on price or features.
This all-around, reasonably priced tracker is well suited for urban life, with a powerful set of features for keeping tabs on someone's location.
The Razer Kraken 7.1. Chroma delivers good sound, a great mic, and lots of audio options at a reasonable price.
The Gear VR Innovator Edition for the Galaxy S6 delivers jaw-droppingly immersive games and entertainment for a reasonable price.
Epson's GPS running watch provides accurate heart monitoring and good endurance, but it's hamstrung by poor software.
An intuitive interface, an always-on color screen and long battery life make the Pebble Time a smartwatch worth your time.
The Myo Gesture Control Armband is difficult to set up and use, and doesn't do much, even when it works.
The $179 Jawbone Up3 is a capable activity tracker with advanced sleep monitoring, but it doesn't provide enough for the money.
The LG Watch Urbane is a solid smartwatch in a chic, classic design, but while Android Wear continues to improve, it's still limited.
The Alcatel Onetouch Watch is an affordable color smartwatch that works with iPhone and Android and delivers a good array of features for a low price.
The SMS Audio SYNC by 50 Wireless In-Ear Sport headphones feature good overall sound quality and a long-lasting battery in a convenient design.
The SteelSeries Siberia Elite Prism provides excellent comfort, sound quality and tons of customization options.
A combination of high-quality audio, a comfortable design and customizable lights makes the Siberia v3 Prism an excellent gaming headset.
The Jabra Sport Pulse earbuds provide great sound quality in a convenient wireless design, but its heart rate monitor isn't the most accurate.
The stylish Garmin vivoactive GPS smartwatch tracks daily fitness and exercise sessions while relaying smartphone notifications to your wrist.
The Kingston HyperX Cloud II is one of the most stylish, coziest sub-$100 headsets available, though its low end is lacking.
The $149 SMS Audio BioSport earbuds feature an accurate heart-rate monitor and plenty of volume to blast your favorite tunes during your workout.
Between middling sound quality and an overwrought setup, the Roccat Kave XTD is not a good investment.
The Polk Striker ZX for Xbox One offers impressive sound for less than $100, but it's not the coziest headset.
The Logitech G430 has a stellar mic and is comfortable enough to wear for hours on end, but missing software features hold it back.
Outfitted with programmable hot keys, accelerometers and proximity sensors, Muzik is wants to change the way you think about headphones.
The SteelSeries Raw Prism doesn't cost much and has great software, but its middling sound quality brings it down a few notches.
For dedicated triathletes (running, biking and swimming), the Garmin Forerunner 920XT GPS watch is an excellent training tool.