2015 - Best wearables to come

Many wearables were released in 2014 and there are more planned for what is going to be the Christmas of wearables.

The bar was raised by the LG G Watch R, Misfit Flash and the Garmin Forerunner 920XT. The wearable sales, until the end of the year, will hit 50 million.

There are many great devices that still need to be released before Christmas comes.

The Intel MICA

My Intelligent Communication Accessory, MICA is a device without the geek and only the chic. It has two versions,one a black finish and another one with a white finish, both with exotic stones.

On the inside of the wrists, there is the sneaky and curved display.

Sells for 495 dollars on intel.com

Samsung Gear VR

The Samsung Gear VR is a gaming headset powered by Oculus technology, that allows people with a Galaxy Note 4 to use their mobiles for more things. It basically gives you a magnified version of the mobile app experience right into your eyes. It has a 96 degree field of view and it is full HD.

The Gear VR Innovator Edition headset will be on sale in December and it will cost 200 dollars.

200 dollars on samsung.com

The OnBeep Onyx

The OnBeep Onyx is a hands-free Bluetooth speaker that you can attach to yourself and helps you with your chat sessions.

A group of up to 15 people is created, named and by simply tapping the button on the Onyx, you can talk and everyone else that is in that group will hear you.

Selling for 99$ at onbeep.com

Asus ZenWatch

A 2.5D effect, the curved glass case and the Italian leather strap makes it pretty swanky. You will be able to choose from over 100 watch faces. There will also be a heart rate sensor that will measure how stressed or calm are you.

This watch won't help you keep track of your runs and exercises but you'll like to have it on your wrist after you finish the workout.

Sells for 199$ at asus.com

The Jawbone UP3

A newly designed tri-axis accelerometer is included in the new version of Jawbone, the UP3, along with bioimpedance sensors and skin and temperature sensors. The company that designed it stated that this device is “the most advanced activity tracker known to man”.

It records perspiration, body mass index and hydration but there is no heart rate sensor.

Sells for 149 pounds / 179 dollars at jawbone.com

Withings Activité

The Withings Activité is the watch that will be probably the best looking tech watch of 2014. It has all the features of a standard activity tracker, a tan leather strap and an analogue face.

It displays how far towards your daily goal you are, it comes in black also and most importantly, it is Swiss-made.

Sells for 320 pounds / 450 dollars at withings.com

The Basis Peak

The Peak is the result of a combination between a standard smartwatch and a fitness device. It detects what are you doing, if you are running , swimming or cycling and it measures your progress. It monitors even the sleep and the calories burnt while exercising.

Peak allows you to receive notifications and emails but it will only keep them for 5 minutes.

199 pounds at mybasis.com

The Razer Nabu

This is a dual-screened fitness tracker that counts your steps, calories, floors climbed, hours slept and the travelled distance. It also displays notifications that you will normally get from a standard smartwatch.

You will have Facebook, Twitter and Skype at your wrist on this fitness device.

TBC at razerzone.com