Can Smartwatches Be the trend of the Wearable Tech?


If you want a world where technology will make life easier, safer and more comfortable and that  you can wear, then are talking about of  a technology that  gives to users a customized experience with of applications integrated into clothing, watches, eyewear, we are talking of wearable technology.

A market that by the year 2020 according to Juniper Research will worth $80 billion.


But there are still gaps as regards the wearing of the objects, most customers have thought that Applewatch are somewhat chunky and unsophisticated, while smart eyewear like Google Glass is simply too conspicuous and obtrusive on the face.

Consumers still don’t understand how a wearable might gives really benefit them, For this the giants of hi-tech are working to introduce new models of the wearable technology this means that  wearable technology is still subject to a lot of changes, evolving for reaching a  point where novelty gives way to necessity.

The elements of successful of the wearable technology are fitness tracking and health monitoring, but there are, also, new opportunity to the payment market,  these elements are easily managed through a watch.

From BI Intelligence research, the smartwatch will be the leading product category that will account for 59% of total wearable device shipments this year, and that share will expand to just over 70% of shipments by 2019.

Smartwatch will sweep away the smatphone and tablets market, With an overwhelming number of sales, for this, Choosing the best smartwatch in 2015 is a tough task because of new wearable market that hitting the big brands; as LG, Motorola, Samsung and Sony.

Smartwatches will drop in price and take a growing share of the watch market. Here’s what’s to come:


Of course, the Apple Watch is by far the best-selling smartwatch of all time, however, despite the current Apple hype, it’s important to remember that “wearables” are far more than just smart watches. Other categories of smart wearables include smart clothing (for example, for sports and fitness), wearable medical sensors, new control devices (for example, MIT’s prototype touch-sensitive fingernail).

Gartner predict that By 2020, over 35% of the population in mature markets will own at least one wearable electronic device (excluding audio headsets).

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Posted on 20 July 2015 in Technology

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