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    Xiaomi Mi Band Review

    Fitness trackers are some of the world’s most popular wearables, but not everyone can afford their often £60+ prize points, which is what the Xiaomi Mi is hoping to cash in on with its launch into international territories like India. With its low price tag and reasonable feature set, it will be interesting to see if the newly launched wearable

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    CH4 fart tracker review

    Wearables have made it possible for us to keep an eye on all sorts of metrics our bodies put out, be it distance travelled, steps taken, calories burned, heart rate or any number of other bits of data that can – at least in theory – help people exercise more and at a higher efficiency. However there’s still many other

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    Misfit Bolt LED bulb review

    One of the new startup successes in the wearable game other than the iconic Kickstarter giant, Pebble, is Misfit. With the Shine and eventually its Flash and Beddit tracking devices, the little technological developer has made a few popular products and has ended up making quite a big splash in the world of wearables. Now though it’s expanding its range

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    Motorola Moto 360 review

    The Motorola Moto 360 has been out for some time now, but despite its age it’s one of the stand out competitors of Apple’s newly unveiled smartwatch. With a round face, a smart look and comparable features, you would think it would cost about the same, but the Moto 360 has just had a price cut that makes it less than half

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    Vector Luna review

    If you asked Apple, making a smartwatch is as simple as bundling together some hardware that just about does what the competitors do, give it a tiny battery and a big display and surround it with pretty metals and a big price tag. That strategy might not work for every one, but Vector has taken the best parts of it