Devices Worn on the Wrist

The following devices can be worn on the user's Wrist.

We define "Wrist" as the part of the upper-body limb located between the hand and arm.


EagleView

Worn on the Arm, Hand & Wrist and used for Industrial applications.
The EAGLEVIEW is a remote controller built for the refueling industry. It is designed to allow the operator to remotely monitor and operate...

Cygnus

Worn on the Wrist, Arm & Hand
Cygnus is a customizable wearable embedded device built for enterprise market. It provides a wearable computing platform with cloud SDK...

Xiaomi MI Band 2

Worn on the Wrist and used for Fitness & Lifestyle applications.
The Xiaomi Me Band 2 is the third fitness tracker from Xiaomi and can tracks activity, sleep and heart rate. Me Band 2 is similar to Fitbit...

Mio SLICE

Worn on the Wrist and used for Fitness & Lifestyle applications.
MIO SLICE is the first wearable fitness tracker to feature Personal Activity Intelligence (PAI). PAI was developed by researches at the...

KiGO Watch

Worn on the Wrist and used for Lifestyle applications.
KiGO is a locating watch designed for children enabled with GPS/WIFI positioning and worldwide connectivity through an integrated...

Helo LX

Worn on the Wrist and used for Fitness & Lifestyle applications.
The Helo LX is a personal lifestyle monitored smartband which is able to track several different vital signs including: blood pressure,...

Zebra WT6000 Wearable Computer

Worn on the Wrist and used for Industrial applications.
The Zebra WT6000 is a multipurpose computing device that is worn on the wrist and a part of Zebra's line of Total Wearable Solutions. It is...

Moto 360 2

Worn on the Wrist and used for Lifestyle & Fitness applications.
The Moto 360 2 receives messages, news, weather, and more. You can choose from modern designs made specifically for men or women and the...

VinCense WHMS

Worn on the Wrist and used for Medical applications.
VinCense consists of a wearable (a device worn on the wrist like a watch), an Android app and a database accessible from a Web interface....