If you can set it up properly, the ResMed S+ sleep sensor monitors all the zzz's you catch and provides actionable plans to sleep better.
Moov is a well-designed, motivating fitness coach, but its app is limited to iOS and it doesn't track enough types of exercises.
Netatmo's stylish bracelet monitors your exposure to harmful sunrays, but only serves alerts if it's connected to your phone via Bluetooth.
The Plantronics BackBeat Pro Wireless Headphones deliver rich audio, good active noise cancellation and more than 24 hours of battery life.
The Bose QuietComfort 25 headphones deliver rich audio and superior active noise-cancelling technology in a sleek new frame.
Motorola’s first smartwatch is the most attractive Android Wear device yet, but it doesn't last long enough on a charge.
The Meta M1 is one of the most stylish smartwatches yet and does a nice job with notifications, but it's lacking in features.
The Plantronics BackBeat Fit over-the-ear headphones have solid sound, and touchy but useful controls.
The Runtastic Orbit is an easy-to-use fitness tracker that also keeps tabs on your sleep, but it doesn't do enough to stand out.
Long battery life and a comfy fit do little to offset the SMS Audio Sync by 50 On-Ear Wireless Headphones' overwhelming bass.
Samsung's Gear Live offers a built-in heart-rate monitor and easy access to your latest notifications, but it doesn't feel fully baked.
LG's G Watch is a fairly svelte smartphone companion, but its Android Wear OS doesn't offer enough functionality.
The iRing is a nifty and affordable motion controller for music apps, and has the potential to grow into a must-have iOS companion.
Sony's SmartBand tracks your daily activity as well as what you do on your smartphone, but the information it gathers isn't all that useful.
The LG LifeBand lets you start and stop workouts and control music right from your wrist, but this fitness tracker has some problems.
With a built-in heart-rate monitor, the TomTom Runner Cardio is the most complete GPS running watch yet.
The Bose QuietComfort 3 headphones offer excellent active noise-cancellation in a compact frame with a rechargeable battery.
The Soul Jet headphones deliver effective active noise-cancelling technology along with good--but not great--audio quality.
The Yurbuds Focus Limited Edition Wireless Bluetooth earbuds claim to offer big sound and pro-athlete-grade durability, but the audio isn't focused enough.
Monster's Inspiration headphones offer a chic, customizable design with effective noise-cancelling and loud audio, but the bass can be overwhelming.
Samsung's Gear 2 has a more stylish design than its predecessor and a built-in heart-rate monitor, but it doesn't do enough things well to justify its price.
Google Glass shows promise as a wearable platform, but it needs longer battery life and more compelling apps.
The Casio STB-1000 watch pairs with your iPhone to deliver workout info and notifications, but a small display and limited app support make it an also-ran.
The Audio-Technica ATH-ANC70 QuietPoint headphones deliver solid active noise-canceling technology and battery life for the money.
The Garmin Forerunner 220 is a very capable midpriced GPS watch for runners that syncs workouts with your smartphone.
The Martian Notifier is an affordable smartwatch that forgos gee-whiz features for straightforward alerts and a unique vibration system.
Soul Electronics' Flex sport earbuds offer plenty of sonic muscle for the money, and they'll stay put while you sweat.
AKG's K495 NC headphones deliver rich, deep audio and long battery life in a stylish design. But they lose definition at higher volumes.