Wearablog

Wearable tech for your wrists, eyes and beyond

Review: Relaunched Jawbone Up is a fashionable fitness tracker

At a Glance

(1 items)

  • Jawbone Up
    $130.00

    This latest version of the Up addresses the issues with the original, while keeping the benefits of a solid device that gathers a good assortment of data. However, the lack of Bluetooth is a drawback.

At a Glance

This latest version of the Up addresses the issues with the original, while keeping the benefits of a solid device that gathers a good assortment of data. However, the lack of Bluetooth is a drawback.

Price when rated: $130.00

Pros

  • Problems with original product have been addressed and fixed.
  • App is nicely organized and provides a lot of data.

Cons

  • Can't connect using Bluetooth.
  • App is the only way to view data, there's no website option to track progress.
 Compare

Subscribe to the Best of TechHive Newsletter

Comments

Close

The Gear S, really? Samsung is bingeing on smartwatches, and it’s not a healthy habit

Sep 4, 2014 5:52 AM

Between Samsung's seventh smartwatch in a year, a new Android Wear update, and the unveiling of LG's stunning G Watch R, the IFA gadget show in Berlin is shaping up to be a wearables extravaganza. Jon Phillips riffs on it all.

READ THE RELATED ARTICLE:<

The Gear S, really? Samsung is bingeing on smartwatches, and it’s not a healthy habit

Greenbot Top Android stories
from our new site, Greenbot

Subscribe to the Best of TechHive Newsletter

By submitting your email address you are consenting to receive email notifications from IDG. You may withdraw your consent at any time. Please refer to our privacy policy for more information.
See All Newsletters »