New #wearabletech devices coming to Europe next week? | Wearable Tech Watch


New #wearabletech devices coming to Europe next week?

January 21, 2014   All wearables, Smart eyewear, Smart health, Smart wristbands, Smartwatches   3 Comments

The latest generation of wearable technology smart wristbands could finally arrive in European markets as early as next week.

Judging by the agenda for the 11th Wearable Technology Conference for Europe (the 11th!), which takes place in Munich, Germany, next week, announcements from smart wristband leader Fitbit, CES darling Neptune and smartwatch firm Sony could all be on the cards.

(About time, too – see this previous post on how Europe is lagging behind)

WearableTechWatch will be attending next wee’s conference to follow the latest developments in this exciting, fast-moving market sector. We’ll be looking beyond the hype to see whether #wearabletech is living up to its promises so far in 2014, and asking what it takes to make wearables go mainstream.

–> Attending the Wearable Technology Conference for Europe next week? Let’s meet up!

/WTW

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3 Responses to New #wearabletech devices coming to Europe next week?

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