Release Date/Price: Avaiable Now ($250 (8GB), $300 (16GB))

Motorola's fitness tracker might have been lost in the shuffle this past holiday season due to the manufacturer's premium smartphone launches, but the device's intuitive software and faetures make it a good addition to any health-nuts tech aresnal. The digital trainer features on-board sensors and Accusense Technology that displays running activity (distance, speed, burned calories) on a 1.6-inch Gorilla Glass protected display. It's intelligent enough to create music playlists based on performance stats, too. Monitor heart rates and take hands-free phone calls with the bundled Bluetooth HD headset. And feel free to share pre and post workouts on or a social network of your choosing.

Also Watch