Flashy gadgets for New York Fashion Week
With Fashion Week upon us, you might be thinking about some cool new accessories to wear to amp up your style. But of course, the best fashion accessories are functional – and with so many cool gadgets hitting the market every month, there are more and more that can prove cool to use and cool to wear.
We’ve delved into the depths of Amazon.com to find a few of the more interesting pieces of wearable technology coming out of the burgeoning space, providing a few things that aren’t horrible to have on your body and which many consumers will find eminently useful.
A slick bag — with a battery
Some of the niftiest of gadgetry accessories are bags that can house a laptop, smartphone or tablet and serve as a charging station as well as a means of transportation. The Power Bag Messenger Bag from Homedics has the benefit of being stylish, while also providing a place to charge all your devices with its on-board battery, and it’ll only run you about $60. Meanwhile, if you’re a more tablet-centric user, check out Homedics’ Powerbag Tablet Messenger Bag, which adopts a more backpack-like style and is geared specifically toward tablets, smartphones and e-readers. It clocks in at about $140.
Add some intelligence to your wrist
Another area quickly adding cool gadgets with great looks is the smartwatch category. These often well-designed pieces of tech bring to your wrist features similar to smartphones like touchscreens and app support. Sony’s MN2SW SmartWatch syncs with Android devices to bring control of your phone, and features like its music player, to your wrist for added convenience – and it doesn’t look like something out of a Dick Tracy comic, which is a plus. You can snag it for about $96.
You might also check out one of Pebble’s e-Paper watches, which are compatible with both iPhones and Android devices. The e-Paper screen avoids glare when it’s sunny out, and Pebble offers a lot of snazzy colors, including one in arctic white – which goes for about $212.
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