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Top Wearables of 2014



As the year 2014 is coming to an end. We take a look at best wearables released this year. These wearables are those which were the most popular and had most no. of owners all over the world.


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7 Asus Zenwatch 
The ZenWatch  wins with one of the more slimming watch faces available. It's almost a full 2 millimeters thinner than the Moto 360, and curved sides make it feel even more so. The body itself is made from water-resistant stainless steel with a rose-gold (basically bronze) pane sandwiched between two panels of gray steel.


6 Apple watch
The Apple Watch is a music player like an iPod, a fitness tracker with heart-rate measurements, a communications device that will send and receive messages, calls and audio recordings, and a handheld portal to other apps, too. It also makes payments via Apple Pay. It can also control your Apple TV and act as a remote for connected smart home devices.

Pebble Steel
The Pebble was one of the original smart watches which came into existence after a Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign in 2012. But the latest iteration – the Pebble Steel – has failed to keep up with some of the more advanced competitors and comes across as quite rudimentary.
Sony smartwatch 3
The Sony Smartwatch 3 is an Android Wear-based smartwatch from Sony. The Smartwatch 3 has a 1.6" TFT LCD display with a resolution of 320 x 320. It's powered by an ARM A7 1.2GHz processor and 512MB of RAM. Internal storage comes in at 4GB, and it also comes with Bluetooth and NFC.

LG G watch R
LG's G watch R is another one that has tried to look like a proper watch. It has some interesting apps and a heart rate monitor, but not much else to differentiate it from its competitors. Like the Moto 360, Google's Android Wear operating system leaves it feeling slightly clunky.

2 Samsung gear S


The Gear S has a 2-inch 480x360-pixel AMOLED display, a bigger screen and a larger pixel count than other Android Wear smart watches and previous Samsung Gears. It's longer, almost feeling like a mini-phone in portrait mode. It even has its own SIM-card slot and has a built-in GPS. it gets its own cell service and data. It works on Samsung Tizen OS.

1 Moto 360
Smart watch makers have been trying to straddle the line between being fashionable and being functional. The Moto 360 looks like a real watch and even comes in a champagne gold color. But it is let down by the Android Wear operating system it runs on.

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