Wearable devices that offer insights into your health and personal activities are becoming more popular as we move towards an interconnected world. These "smart" wearables come with a range of features, including the ability to monitor how much sleep you get each night or steps taken during daily life - all stored digitally so they can be accessible at any time through our smartphones
Wearable technology has been around for quite some time now and it's only expected to grow in popularity. Market research firm Allied Market Research reported that total revenue from wearables was valued at $19 billion back in 2015, but by 2026 they expect this number will jump up 18% yearly - meaning there could be nearly double the amount of money spent on these types of gadgets.
The lifestyle wearable device market is a constantly evolving one, with new product and application segments appearing all the time. Marketers have different strategies for targeting these consumers which include wristwatches or headgear as well eyeglasses among other fashion accessories such as health monitoring systems that can track your steps through their app.
The recent studies by Quintilope and eMarketer show that there are many people who use fitness trackers, smartwatches, or glasses. In 2021, the Consumer Electronics Study revealed 63% of those surveyed in America own at least one type of these devices while 10% said they owned a pair of smart glasses.
The Asia-Pacific region is set to witness the fastest growth rate in smart wearables due largely to the increasing electronics industry and the rapid rise of disposable income. 5G connectivity, AR/VR innovations that shape health & wellness trends as well an increased adoption because it's becoming more affordable will all contribute towards this trend within our forecasted market size which amounts to $30 billion by 2025 according to a research firm Mordor Intelligence.
Smartwatches and Smart bands
The smartwatch is a new technology that has been gaining popularity in the last few years. It can be used for both girls and boys, as well as adult. These watches offer accurate measurements of calories burned while walking or climbing stairs with their various features such as 5 ATM water resistance which means they're safe from any accidents caused by rainwater exposure.
Smart bracelets, also sometimes referred to as smart fitness trackers and more lightweight than watches are typically worn on the wrist. They come with long battery life that can last up your day without needing a charge from an outlet or charging cable.
You'll find these devices offer great functionality in addition to their standard tracking functions like counting steps taken while walking around town - but some even include Alexa control capabilities.
Made for the modern-day wearable tech market, smart glasses are one of its most exciting breakthroughs. They offer users access to calls and messages from mobile devices as well as taking photos or videos with their built-in camera; they can even display AR (augmented reality) overlays that give you info about where things are located nearby. These types come equipped not only with sound leakage-free but also lightweight designs so I wouldn't worry about my neck getting sore wearing these all day long.
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