There are a huge range of activities supported by this technology, which is one of the reasons why it’s so popular. It can connect to the internet and to your smartphone or other handheld devices; in many ways, it’s just as advanced as these devices because it can perform most of the same computing functions. However, wearable tech offers even greater utility than these devices because it does something they can’t: it can scan and monitor various body functions, including temperature, body fat composition, heart rate, muscle activity and more.
One of the challenges that the manufacturers of these devices face is ensuring that they look appealing, so that you will actively want to wear them. Most people care about how they look and the clothes they wear. If this technology isn't visually appealing, people won’t buy into it, no matter how sophisticated it may be. During the design process, manufacturers therefore take great care to create devices that are both technologically advanced and which can blend seamlessly with your outfit.