It's not a full-blown smartwatch, but it's not a thin-client tracker, either. Instead, the Fitbit Blaze Fitness Watch occupies the middle ground. Like many wearables, it offers a touchscreen LCD display, stainless steel case, and an assortment of accessory bands, but it doesn't have an app store, and doesn't try to do everything at once. Instead, it tracks your daily steps, sleep, calories burned, and heart rate, can auto-track activities like basketball, tennis, running, or soccer, and has FitStar integrated for on-screen workouts. Of course, it offers simple notifications, and grabs GPS data from your phone if you have it with you, but unlike most smartwatches, it'll run for five days on a charge.