Why You Need A Smartwatch!

A smartwatch has been in existence for about 18 years now. And, one of the earliest proper smartwatches was the Microsoft SPOT (Smart Personal Object Technology), introduced in 2004. The SPOT received information such as weather, news, and stock updates through FM radio. Then, in 2009, Hermen van den Burg, CEO of Smartwatch and Burg Wearables, launched Burg the first standalone smartphone watch with its own sim card that did not require tethering to a smartphone.

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A smartwatch is a wearable computing device that closely resembles a wristwatch or other time-keeping device. In addition to¬†telling time, many smartwatches are Bluetooth-capable. The watch becomes a wireless Bluetooth adaptor capable of extending the capabilities of the wearer’s smartphone to the watch. And when did these cool gadgets become popular in the fashion market? The first watches hit the market in 2013. By then, a dozen electronics firms were developing smartwatches. Samsung, Sony, and Qualcomm launched smartwatches in 2013. Many more came in 2014. There are very many brands of smartwatches, but here’s a list of the very best ones for this year 2022.
  • Apple Watch Ultra. The best big smartwatch for iPhone owners. …
  • Apple Watch Series 8. An update to the winning Apple Watch formula. …
  • Garmin Venu 2. A great fitness companion for Android and iOS. …
  • Google Pixel Watch. Android’s answer to the Apple Watch. …
  • Samsung Galaxy Watch 5. One of the best Android watches

 

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You might wish to check your messages, calls, or notifications while running, cycling, swimming, or doing any other sort of exercise. It’s not always practical to keep your phone with you during those activities, and when you do, it may be awkward and annoying. This is when a smartwatch comes in handy.
10 Benefits of Having a Smartwatch
  • They don’t just tell the time. …
  • A travel buddy right on your wrist. …
  • It’s even easier to locate a phone, key, or other devices. …
  • Instantly respond to messages and take calls. …
  • Check your social media alerts. …
  • Even while completing tasks, you are connected.
For patients, smartwatches can monitor their heart rate, sleep habits, and physical activity. Doctors and patients can then take that information and share it with their physicians to gain valuable insight into your health to make alterations that could improve your overall well-being. I hope you all enjoyed this post!
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