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Health and Fitness Tech to be Big at CES 2014

Lots of new wearable gear expected at CES 2014

Dec 31 2013, 10:02am CST | by

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Health and Fitness Tech to be Big at CES 2014

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Health and Fitness Tech to be Big at CES 2014

CES 2014 is set to kick off next week and bring with it hoards of new gadgets and electronic devices. One of the big categories expected to be big at the show is for health and fitness tech. Lots of firms are expected to roll out wearable fitness devices that help track your activity level and other items.

PC Mag reports that the digital fitness category is taking up 30% more space on the show floor than it did in years past. If you have ever been to CES, the show is massive and a 30% increase means a huge amount of products in the category will be there.

Many of the fitness devices are expected to be smartwatches. The smartwatch segment is expected to boom. There will be some big announcement in this segment this year so stay tuned for more details next week when the show kicks off. We may even see some new smart wearable categories with smart bras, socks, and more.

 

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