13 Smartwatches Worth Watching: Apple Unveils New Watch

Apple, the global computing giant, released its smartwatch in early 2015. Here's a survey of some smartwatches on the market — some available now, some coming soon — to keep an eye on.

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Apple unveiled a new line of smartwatches, available for pre-order April 10, starting at $550. Click through to see more smartwatches on the market.
The Withings Activite is made by Swiss watch makers and has a few basic features, like a fitness tracker, that makes it more "watch" than "smart." Available now for $450.
Coming soon is the multi-color, sportier option — the Withings Activite Pop. Available in 2015 for $150.
The Pebble Smartwatch was one of the first smartwatches to hit the market, funded by a wildly successful Kickstarter campaign. The Pebble Steel is available now for $200.
The Pebble team is working on the next iteration of their smartwatch, the Pebble Time, and is launching the effort with another Kickstarter campaign. Pre-orders for the Time Steel start at $250.
Samsung, arguably Apple's biggest rival, has produced the Samsung Gear line of smartwatches, designed to pair with your Android device. The Gear 2 is available for $200.
The Garmin Vivoactive works as both a smartwatch and a fitness tracker. Pre-orders start at $250 and ship in 2015.
The Guess Connect straddles the line between analog and digital with a traditional watchface with a few "smart" elements.
The MyKronoz ZeWatch 2 is another smartwatch that made waves at CES 2015. It's available for pre-order for around $85.
The Lenovo Vibe Band VB10 was revealed at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show and will be released in 2015, according to the company's website. It is expected to cost under $100.
Motorola's Moto360 watch features a rare circular screen, and was recently used to power a smartwatch prototype by Audi at CES 2015. Available now for $250.
This futuristic-looking band is the MOTA Smartwatch G2, a version of which is currently available for $80.
Last but not least, check out this smartband attachment from Montblanc. Instead of showing a display on the watchface itself, it turns a traditional watchband into a small digital display. July 2015.
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