For dedicated triathletes (running, biking and swimming), the Garmin Forerunner 920XT GPS watch is an excellent training tool.
The SMS Audio Street by 50 ANC Headphones combine solid noise-cancelling performance with plenty of bass for an affordable price.
The Magellan Switch Up GPS watch maps running, cycling and hiking routes, but you'll have to deal with its archaic, clunky design.
The Jabra Move Wireless Headphones offer accurate audio in a colorful design for a wallet-friendly price.
The $99 Garmin Forerunner 10 is a solid GPS watch that maps routes; tracks distance, pace and calories, all in a waterproof design.
Will.i.am's Puls smart band is a standalone wearable that lets you send and receive calls and messages, as well as post to Facebook and tweet, while on the go, but its bulky design and short battery life are turn-offs.
As a dedicated workout watch, the Mio Alpha 2 offers one of the best heart-rate monitors available in an easy-to-wear design.
The addition of an all-day heart-rate monitor makes the Fitbit Charge HR the best all-around fitness tracker for the price.
The Gear VR Innovator Edition sucks you into a thrilling and immersive 360-degree world of games, video and more, even if it’s only for early adopters right now.
The $139 Garmin Forerunner 15 is an affordable GPS running-watch as well as a decent activity tracker, but we wish it offered Bluetooth syncing.
The $249 Fitbit Surge is an all-day, everyday activity tracker that packs a continuous heart-rate monitor and a GPS sensor into its comfy frame.
The Parrot Zik 2.0 Bluetooth headphones combine head-turning design, improved audio quality, active noise-cancellation and an innovative revamped app.
The Withings Activité Pop is a stylish watch that doubles as a waterproof activity tracker at an affordable price.
As much fashion statement as fitness tracker, the Withings Activité counts your steps, swimming and sleep in an elegantly subtle design.
The Adidas miCoach Fit Smart helps you train harder with customizable fitness plans and goal settings, but there's a definite learning curve.
The $30 Movo Wave tracks steps, calories and distance, but its primitive app and lack of Bluetooth hold it back.
For $12 a year, the Pivotal Tracker 1 and its companion app let you track your activity easily, but it suffers from bugs and short battery life.
The Alpine Over-Ear Headphones add a layer of depth to your music via vibration technology, and have a unique, lightweight design.
Asus's first Android Wear watch has a premium design and bright screen but Google's limited operating system holds it back.
The Sony SmartWatch 3 is the first Android Wear device with built-in GPS, but you can't do enough with it.
Blue's first pair of headphones, the Mo-Fi, delivers an artful industrial design with excellent audio buoyed by a built-in amplifier.
The Huawei TalkBand B1 is a basic fitness tracker that doubles as a Bluetooth earpiece, but it is light on features for the price.
The Jawbone Up Move is a modern, inexpensive fitness tracker that uses Jawbone's Smart Coach to train you to be healthier.
The Fitbit Charge is a comfortable and long-lasting fitness tracker that adds caller ID to the mix, but we'd prefer more notifications.
The Polar M400 is a GPS watch that acts as an all-day activity tracker, making it useful even when you're not running or cycling.
Although it's one of the nicest-looking fitness trackers, the Wellograph doesn't offer enough features for its $350 list price.
The inexpensive Misfit Flash is a discreet, comfortable activity tracker that is waterproof and can support swimming.
The Microsoft Band is the most well-rounded fitness tracker available for the price, offering built-in GPS, but the design could be slimmer.
The LG G Watch R is a smartwatch worthy of your wrist in terms of style, but Android Wear still needs work.
The Garmin Vivosmart wristband marries accurate activity tracking with smartphone notifications in a comfortable, minimalist design.