Alcatel One-Touch Watch ($90) Waterproofing, convenient USB charging and a round, gorgeous face are the hallmarks of the Alcatel One-touch Watch. And as if to defy the odds further, Alcatel added fitness tracking and top-shelf NFC functionality to sweeten the deal and convince new shoppers to jump on its bandwagon.
The Samsung Gear Live ($99) As usual, any tech review wouldn’t be complete without throwing around one or two products from the Korean giants. And although the Gear Live was competitively priced at $130 when it launched back in 2014, presently, it is possible for you to get it from a wide array of online and brick & mortar stores for just less than $100.
Powered by Android Wear, the Black LG Watch W100 features an ultra-fast processor, always-on IPS display and long-lasting battery. To properly experience our LG.com website, you will need to use an alternate browser or upgrade to a newer version of internet Explorer (IE9 or greater).
With the second iteration (Microsoft Band 2) already hot on the shelves, you can get the Microsoft band with less than $100 from various online vendors, including Amazon. In regards to compatibility, the watch works just fine with Android devices, iPhones, and Windows Phones.