Wearable tech encompasses a wide range of technology from smartwatches to smart clothing, and the popularity of the new craze is expecting to increase significantly over the coming years. For years, we have all grown dependent on our smartphones, but with the craze of new technology this is all expected to change.
Current prediction have wearable tech devices is expected to surpass the overall sales of smartphones by the year 2000. With the quick increase in popularity of smartwatches, internet glasses, smart clothing, smart bras, and more this may even be sooner than the year 2000. As technology dictates much of what we do and how we do it, the current trends will soon be replaced by the technology of tomorrow.
Smartwatches are already becoming the next craze, and one that is already gaining consumer attention. The new technology is already starting to replace the current trend of smartphones as the likes of the recent release of the Samsung Gear S. The new Gear S smartwatch functions as a standalone smartwatch due the ability of having its own data connection.
Being able to make phone calls, receive texts, and send emails right from your own wrist without the use of a smartphone is the next big thing. Standalone smartwatch technology is possible with its own dedicated data plan through a cell phone carrier and even supports its own phone number.
Wearable tech clothing is the newest fitness trend, and is expected to make quite a showing at the CES event in 2015. Many fashionable wears are expected to debut from some popular clothing manufacturers such as Nike, Adidas, and Ralph Lauren. Wearable Smart clothes technology has the perfect mx of fitness, fashion, and safety.
While 2020 is predicted to be the year that wearable tech overtakes smartphone sales, it is the present time where we will start seeing the growth. As the new technology makes us safer, more efficient, increases productivity, and adds many unique elements to our day to day routines, the craze for consumer demand on wearable technology will be huge.