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Reign Activity Tracker

You'd think a device meant to be worn day in and day out would take a more customized approach to fit, but the majority of activity monitors on the market take more of a one-size-fits-all approach. Not the Reign Activity Tracker ($TBA). It's made out of soft, seamless materials that actually shape to fit your wrist over time, while eight interchangeable size options let you tailor it to you. Like most activity monitors, it is compatible with iPhone, Android, and web apps, while featuring wireless connectivity. It also tracks your life by activity, monitors your sleep, and lets you know when it's time to get active.

  • Garmin Vivofit

    It seems everyone and their mother is throwing their hat into the wrist-worn fitness tracker ring lately — and Garmin is no exception. The Garmin Vivofit ($170) is pretty typical as far as the competition is concerned, save one important feature. Its user-replaceable battery will last up to one year at a time, saving you from annoying recharges every couple of days. Meant to be worn at all times, it tracks your sleep as well as your physical activity, and has functionality that monitors how long you've been stationary, letting you know to get up and walk every hour. It's also water resistant, available in a range of colors, and syncs automatically to their online fitness community, letting you log miles, compete with friends, and more.

  • LaCie Sphère

    Just because you need more storage space for everything on your computer — whether it's regular backups, your ridiculous collection of MP3s, an archive of every photo you've ever taken, or your complete video library — doesn't mean you need to junk up your desk with some clunky-looking hard drive. The LaCie Sphère ($500) is a truly gorgeous work of industrial art, and with USB 3.0 connectivity and a terabyte of storage space, it's no slouch either. Handcrafted and silvered in France, the enclosure is made by master craftsmen at Christofle, sports a unique round shape, and is polished for a highly-reflective surface. And with USB 3.0, it's nearly three times faster than regular USB, all without requiring a power cable.