You can always rely on the IFA tech expo for a plethora of new hardware announcements, and IFA 2018 has been no different – and in among the laptops, TVs, smart speakers and other devices, we’ve seen plenty of wearables make a debut in Berlin this year. To help you work out which of these new products might be worth a place on your wrist, we’ve put together our pick for the best wearables of IFA 2018. You’ll find that below, and if you’re in the market for a new smartwatch or fitness tracker you’re in the right place. These are the very best smartwatches you can buy today 1. Garmin Vivosmart 4 The Apple Watches and Fitbits might grab most of the headlines but Garmin has quietly become one of the most reliable wearable makers out there – you can usually rely on the company to push out devices that work well and look good. The latest in the Garmin line is the Vivosmart 4, now with added blood oxygen saturation measurements for a more detailed look at your health (it’s particularly useful for sleep tracking, Garmin says). There’s also a new “body battery” feature that combines readings to assess your energy levels and tell you when you’re too tired to exercise (for us that’s most of the time), plus all the usual tracking options covering walking, running, sleep, swimming and much more. The can be yours for $129.99 / £119.99 / AU$199. Your color options are berry with… [Read full story]
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