This week we got our hands on the Fitbit Flex, a fitness and sleep tracking wristband we’ve had our eyes on since this year’s CES. We also reviewed the AT&T Samsung Galaxy S4, and noted how it differs from other carriers’ versions, as well as a starter smartphone and an attractive notebook. Accessories took charge this week, though, from a windbreaker with 22 pockets that converts into a vest to a battery extender case for the HTC One to an Android Mini PC. But which of these products earned our highly-coveted Editors’ Choice award?
When we saw this $99.95 fitness band at CES 2013, we were excited, and now it's finally here. The wristband tracks your daily activity as well as sleep patterns. Its minimal design is comfortable, and Fitbit has a wide range of connected devices such as the iPhone, iPad, Samsung Galaxy S III and Samsung Galaxy Note II. You can customize the Flex based on what you want to track, such as body fat percentage and food and water consumption. With a comprehensive selection of compatible apps such as Lose It! and Map My Run, you can better incorporate your fitness and dietary data into Fitbit's system.
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