Samsung Gear Fit
Seeing how fitness trackers are the new “it” products on the tech front, seemed only fitting for Samsung to join the soiree. The ‘world’s first’ curved Super AMOLED wearable does a little more than serve as a standard activity band. Besides delivering typical biometric data (calories burned, steps taken, etc.), it also comes equipped with a heart rate sensor that is compatible with Samsung’s S Health app to track pulse activity. Not to mention it works in unison with other Galaxy devices to share the same info. LG’s cringing its teeth as we speak.
Mad Catz C.T.R.L Gamepad
As the mobile gaming sector continues to grow, so has the interest in portable gaming accessories. MOGA’s line of Android-compatible peripherals can attest to such claims. Mad Catz looks to take its slice of the cake with the C.T.R.L, which is based on the company’s acclaimed MIG Pro Circuit gamepad. The Bluetooth device features the standard controller scheme found on today’s current-gen consoles—two triggers, two shoulder buttons, two analogue sticks, and four buttons. Only difference is its compatible with both the iPhone or iPad.