Wearable tech at CES

Published 3:39 AM ET, Sat January 11, 2014
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Big watch or tiny phone? The bulky 2.4-inch touchscreen Neptune Pine smart watch runs Android Jelly Bean and is a fully functioning phone. It will cost $335 to $395 when it's released in March. Heather Kelly/CNN
When 3D printers and wearable technology meet, people can make their own creative watch straps like this one spotted at the 3DSystems booth at CES. Heather Kelly/CNN
The $130 Cogito Pop smart watch takes a traditional watch look and adds minimalistic light-up notifications from a paired smartphone. Heather Kelly/CNN
Ezio makes flashy costume-like jewelry such as necklaces and bracelets. They have small gems that light up to indicate incoming calls or messages. Heather Kelly/CNN
Ezio also makes men's and women's smart watches that flash notifications from paired smartphones. Heather Kelly/CNN
The $199 Filip is a phone and location tracker for kids five to 11 years old. Heather Kelly/CNN
Fitness tracker company Fitbit is teaming with designer Tory Burch for a stylish line of trackers. Heather Kelly/CNN
The Reign tracker by Jaybird differentiates between types of activity and also monitors sleep patterns. It will cost $199 when it's released in the spring. Heather Kelly/CNN
Pebble has released an upgraded version of its smart watch. The Pebble Steel comes with leather and metal straps and will cost $249. Heather Kelly/CNN
Petbit is a $90 activity tracker for dogs or cats. They can't read the display so it's up to the owner to shame them when they're lazy. Heather Kelly/CNN
Qualcomm's $349 Toq works with Android phones and has a full-color touchscreen display. Heather Kelly/CNN
The Sonostar watch has a curved screen to wrap around the wrist and an eInk display so it is more power efficient. Heather Kelly/CNN
GPS company Garmin has its own activity tracking wrist-wear. The Vivofit ($130-$170) suggests daily goals and can be paired with a separate heart-rate monitor. Heather Kelly/CNN