Keeping track of your health is hard. The Basis Health Monitor ($200) makes it easy. It's a watch, so you don't look weird wearing it around, and it packs a galvanic skin response sensor to track your sweatiness — and an optical sensor to track bloodflow — to paint an accurate picture of your health. Which means less doctor visits. Which means fewer hours spent looking at the tongue depressor jar. Health Watches, Gadgets, Basi Bands, Heart Rate, Watches Health, Accur Pictures, Basi Health, Health Monitor, Digital Watches
After years of taking up way too much space or otherwise looking dorky, Bluetooth headphones are finally starting to make sense as an alternative to their wired counterparts. Take the Plantronics BackBeat Go (100$) for example. This tiny set of in-ear phones offers passive noise cancellation, inline controls for skipping tracks and adjusting volume, up to 4.5 hours of playtime per charge, and the ability to function as a Bluetooth headset.
You don't need to be an outdoorsman to appreciate the Garmin Fenix GPS Watch ($400) — although it doesn't hurt. Built for those who steer well clear of the beaten path, it lets users plan trips and create routes, record waypoints, and record GPS bread crumb trails while keeping them on track, and also features ANT and Bluetooth capabilities to talk with external sensors and wirelessly share data, an altimeter, barometer, and compass, a polyurethane wristband, an LCD display with an LED backlight
New GPS watch from Magellan just announced at CES 2012. $250 base price. Offers a 16 hour battery extender accessory (on top of the current 8hr life) that seems like a great option for the 50/100mi races I've got coming up that can take over 24hrs to run.
Jawbone's App-Powered Wristband Encourages Health, Wellness | Gadget Lab | Wired.com- tracks, mocement, sleep, diet, excersize, etc. $129.99