Top 5 Wearable Gadgets to get connected with Android Smartphones

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The technological world of Android mobile application development services is advancing at a rapid pace, and has offered us with many remarkable gadgets. The smartphones are no longer new to us, as a lot of other new innovations have crept into the technological world.

Now, you can find a number of wearable tech gadgets that helps monitor things like our physical activities, to health and much more. The wearables can easily connect to your smartphone be it Android or some other.

Let’s have a detailed view on a variety of top 5 wearable gadgets you just can’t miss:

Vuzix M100 Smart Glasses

The Vuzix M100 Smart Glasses is based on the notion of Google Glasses. The glasses can be paired with your Android smartphone through bluetooth. It comes equipped with GPS, Wi-Fi, and has 4GB of storage space. Vuzix M100 Smart Glasses are compatible with Android 4.0 version.

Vuzix M100 Smart Glasses

This tech gadget helps to deliver refined viewing experience at a distance of 14 inches via a 4-inch mobile device screen. This great gadget helps to launch apps directly from your smartphone and makes you watch everything present on your phone screen right in front of your eyes.

Rusty Headphones

Don’t go with the name, as Rusty is an apparel brand. Now you must be wondering what clothes have to offer when we’ve been talking about wearable gadgets. Rusty has recently introduced as a perk of Android Development Services wired hoodies in the market – that comes with an in-built headphone.

Rusty Headphones

So, with Rusty headphones you no longer have to go through the trouble of carrying your portable headphones with you on-the-go. The best thing about the headphones is that they make use of elastic strings, and thus, they can be easily expanded double its original size. All you have to do is to ensure plugging in your smartphone in any one side of your hoodie pockets.

It’s possible that you might be worried about how to wash your tech hoodie. There’s nothing to worry, as this wearable is water proof. You don’t have to take the wire out when you throw your rusty hoodie in the wash.

I’m Watch

I’m Watch

I’m Watch is a wearable gadget that connects to your smartphone via bluetooth and performs the same functionality, as your smartphone does. With this gadget you can read emails, messages, and even notifications. You can even receive and make calls. This watch has a touchscreen and works as a hands-free device.

It comes with a built-in microphone and comes available in 7 different colors. What’s interesting! This great smart-watch is that it has its own app store. So, now you can easily access any app via your wrist.

Bluetooth Gloves

Bluetooth Gloves

If you been mulling over riding a superbike or skiing, but have problem with wearing gloves as it keeps you from attending your smartphone; then you can take a sigh of relief with Bluetooth gloves. The excellent touch gloves communicates with your smartphone device with help of bluetooth. Using the gloves you can now talk on the phone using your hand.

This wearable gadget comes with 6 touch points that allows users to respond to calls and even control music.

Pebble Watch For Smartphones

In case you don’t like wearing smart glasses, you can opt for smart watch. The Pebble watch gets paired with your Android phone through bluetooth. It helps you receive notifications related to your facebook messages, call alerts, regular messages and email. The best part about using Pebble watch is that it is perfect to be used in the outdoors.

Pebble Watch For Smartphones

This smart-watch comes with e-paper technology that makes certain that you don’t have to suffer problems with adjusting brightness when you’re outdoor.

What’s more? This gadget can be your perfect jogging partner as it easily helps you shuffle your music tracks, keeps a tab on the distance you’ve covered and running time, and can still receive alerts. However, for using this smart watch you’ll need to download the Pebble app designed by Android applications developer in your Android phone.

Let’s Wrap It Up!

The wearable gadgets are becoming more and more popular with time. Although, a lot of tech gadgets have been introduced in the market but here I’ve listed out top 5 wearables you can connect to your Android or other smartphone. But make sure to explore more new innovations.

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Vishal Gaikar

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I am Vishal Gaikar, Software Engineer, Web Addicted, Living in Maharashtra, India. If you like This post, you can follow Tricks Machine on Twitter, also you can add me on Google+.

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