Jawbone UP: It is a wristband and app that tracks how you sleep, move and eat and then helps you use that information to feel your best.
SolePower: It is a power-generating shoe insole for charging portable electronics like cell phones, music players, or GPS devices while you walk.
Pebble: It is a smartwatch that connects to iPhone and Android smartphones using Bluetooth. It alerts you with a silent vibration to incoming calls, emails and messages. It is priced at $150.
ParaShoot: It is a wearable HD camera that allows you to record videos and capture photos. A clip mount lets you attach it to your clothes or belt.
USB 4GB Cufflinks: A pair of USB Drive cufflinks (2GB storage on 1 cufflink) is available for $110.
Sony wearable 3D TV: It is a head-mounted, HD 2D and 3D personal display that has twin OLED screens. The device is priced at Rs 69,900 and is available in India.
Nike(plus) Fuelband: It is a fitness tracking wristband. The product fits around your wrist and aims to provide a common metric for tracking all physical activities including running, walking and dancing through a sport-tested accelerometer and then translates every move in a proprietary form of points called NikeFuel.
Sony SmartWatch 2: It syncs with your Android phone and works as the second screen for your Android smartphone. SmartWatch 2 introduces new features as a successor to the current Sony SmartWatch such as NFC connectivity for one-touch pairing, higher resolution for sharper viewing, better visibility even in sunlight, longer battery stamina and more intuitive interface.
Galaxy Gear: Samsung is expected to unveil the Galaxy Gear smartwatch at the September 4 event in Berlin. The device has already been leaked in images. Lately, VentureBeat posted some images of the watch (taken from a video). According to VentureBeat, the Galaxy Gear measures 3-inches diagonally.
When wearable devices are believed to be the next big thing, it becomes interesting to know about such gadgets. Here is a list of gadgets that you can wear.
WiFi Detector t-shirt: Available for $14.99, this tee shirt comes with with a built-in Wi-Fi signal detector. The glowing animated shirt dynamically displays the current wi-fi signal strength. Battery Pack is concealed in a small pocket sewn inside the tee shirt.
MotoActv: It is said to be the world's first GPS fitness tracker with smart MP3 Player packed into a small, sweat proof device. It is an Android-based device that includes GPS, heartrate capabilities and the ability to sync to your Android phone.
GlassUp: It is said to be a cheaper competitior to Google Glass. GlassUp runs on Android but cannot function as a standalone device and needs to be paired with a mobile device. GlassUp only displays information and they are not actionable on the device itself.
Memoto: It is said to be the world's smallest wearable camera. It has become the latest technological hit on Kickstarter, the crowd funding" website. Memoto claims the battery will last for two days.
Google Glass: This Internet-connected headgear is set up to let users receive search results, read email, scan maps for directions and engage in video chats without reaching for a smartphone.
Recon Jet: It is a heads-up display for sportsmen that delivers relevant information at a glance. Its suite of built-in sensors includes GPS, a HD video camera, a microphone, and speakers.