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Amazon’s weirdly judgy fitness tracking bracelet is now on sale

After coming out earlier this year on an invite-only basis, Amazon’s Halo Band activity tracker is now available to anyone in the US who wants to buy one. You can purchase the wearable for $ 100 on Amazon and Best Buy. It’s available in three colors:…
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Smart arm bracelet warns of nighttime epileptic seizures

Nighttime epileptic seizures can be genuinely dangerous. If you have therapy-resistant epilepsy or a mental condition, you may have a one-in-five chance of dying from them. Thankfully, researchers at TUe may have a viable way of detecting and respond…
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Samsung’s new $45 Charm bracelet will soon hit store shelves outside the US

Samsung’s new fitness band, the $ 45 Charm, will soon hit shelves in Italy, Korea, Russia, France, and other select markets in the coming weeks and months. There’s no mention of U.S. availability, unfortunately.

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Feel is a mood bracelet that wants to make you happier

Mood rings have always been a gimmicky fad, but there might be a wearable on the way that can actually track your emotions — and it doesn’t change color. The Feel wristband tracks bio-signals to describe your emotional state, even stress.

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The Bracelite is an interactive bracelet and Apple watch band

Fully compatible with all models of the Apple Watch, the Bracelite emerges from the fashion capital of the world — Italy — where a number of designers have collaborated to contribute to the accessory’s impressive selection of textures.

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Wove brings back the ’90s slap bracelet with a flexible E-Ink twist

Wove is a wearable device with an always-on, low-power, completely flexible e-ink screen. Applications run and update in the background without requiring user interaction or draining the battery.

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