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TomTom Touch This fit­ness tracker mea­sures body fat and mus­cle mass com­po­si­tion, steps, calo­ries, sleep time and heart rate. You can also log your work­outs and re­ceive in­com­ing call/SMS no­ti­fi­ca­tions so you don’t have to worry about check­ing your phone. US$129.99, Sam­sung Gearar Fit 2 This GPS sports rts band will track your run­ning route in­de­pen­dently of your smart­phone so o you can leave it at home. Its heart rate mon­i­tor will show you when you hit high-in­ten­sity zones and can tell the difference be­tween cy­cling and el­lip­ti­cal train­ers. US$179, sam­ Moov Now De­signed to “coach” you with voice com­mands and re­al­time stats, Moov Now’s 9 Axis Omni mo­tion sen­sor will track your form in 3D. It can as­sess your box­ing tech­nique, swim­ming stroke rate and the land­ing im­pact of your feet when run­ning to help avoid in­jury. US$60, wel­ FitBit Charge 2 Stand­out func­tions in­clude GPS con­nec­tion to your phone and SmartTrack, which records ac­tiv­i­ties such as cy­cling and hik­ing. It also shows your car­dio fit­ness score and cre­ates guided breath­ing ses­sions in time with your heart rate. From US$149.95, Mi­crosoft Band 2 Cal­cu­lates your run­ning pace and per­sonal bests, tracks the el­e­va­tion of your bike ride, and uses GPS to show you how far away holes are from you on the golf course. Cor­tana voicere­cog­ni­tion is em­bed­ded. US$249, mi­ mi­crosoft-band

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