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The tech world comes to Las Vegas every year in early January To take a look into the future: The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is the first chance the world's largest tech and consumer companies (excluding Apple) journalists have with t inspire heritage Rösste, the boldest new things.
As the boundaries between health, fitness and technology companies blur, it should come as no surprise that exercise technology is well represented at the show. The slate of CES for 2019 was not quite as spectacular as in previous years, but there were still some highlights that we should become aware of later this year and beyond.
Here are 5 new gadgets we look forward to since CES 2019.
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Nuheara IQbuds Max
These updated smart buds from Australian company Nuheara are one of our most popular audio options on the market – so every update of the gadget has our attention.
This new model, the IQBuds Max, promises to be the most advanced. The company claims that Max offers three times the power of hearing and five times the performance of its previous products, which offers advanced audio for people with hearing loss (or other people) and standard Bluetooth earphone capabilities. The true killer feature is a hybrid Active Noise Canceling feature that promises to filter the sounds of the world around you into a personal listening profile.
Look for the IQbuds Max in the second half of 2019.
This smart, adjustable kettlebell by JAXJOX promises to do for kettlebells what Bowflex's Select Tech equipment only for dumbbells Good thing, since we honored the latter product at our 2018 Home Fitness Awards.
You can switch between six different weights (12 to 42 pounds) with the digital display and then track your workout with the six-axis motion sensors built into the Weight and Companion app.
KettlebellConnect is now available Make your home training smarter as soon as you get your hands on one.
The North Face FUTURELIGHT
Not everything at CES has batteries. Outdoor adventure outfitter The North Face presented its latest and greatest outerwear technology Futurelight at the event.
The company claims the new material, made from a process called nanospinning technology, is the "most advanced breathable and waterproof outerwear material" on the market. The Futurelight material has been tested in the mountain over the past two years, with the goal of making waterproof items such as clothing and equipment less bulky and synthetic.
Look for North Face products that are made from the new material to roll it out later.
Matrix Powerwatch 2
This second-generation smartwatch promises to solve the problem of battery life with a novel solution: harness the energy of the wearer to power the gadget. Matrix, the company behind the Powerwatch, has developed a technology that uses body heat and ambient light for juice.
The Powerwatch 2 offers features such as heart rate monitoring, GPS tracking, 200 meters of water-resistance, and a color display in the company's previous products, all of which
If everything goes according to plan, the Powerwatch 2 will ship in June. You can now use Indiegogo.
Halo Sport 2
We gave Halo Neuroscience's first product, the Halo Sport Headset, a try and were fascinated by the potential of "neuropriming," which claims your brain would prepare itself for sports activities by You develop muscle memory faster through transcranial DC stimulation (tDCS).
The next iteration of Halo Sport hit CES with updated features like built-in Bluetooth connectivity and audio quality upgrades, new "primers" (the devices used for brain training) and a new app.
You can start hacking your performance with Halo Sport 2 when it launches in April.
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