Wearable roundup: Finding the perfect fit for you

Nirma Hasty
Wearables fit for you

The dreaded task of staying in shape has been simplified thanks to the wide range of fitness trackers available in the market.

As they recover from their rash recall incident, Fitbit and other brands have introduced new wearables.

These allow users to track their heart rate, steps and sleeping patterns seamlessly.

Fitbit Surge
Source: Fitbit Surge

According to CNET, Microsoft Band and Basis Peak were voted the top smart trackers. Both bands act as a coach, giving feedback and tips to the user.

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The Microsoft Band comes equipped with Cortana, a personal assistant that takes notes and sets up reminders for the user.

The Basis Peak gives users an advanced sleep analysis by capturing REM, deep and light sleep.

Similar to the anticipated Apple Watch, the Fitbit Charge HR ($199) and Fitbit Surge ($249) are designed to display text and calls when synced with your smartphone. The Fitbit Surge allows users to control their music via the wearable as well.