Tag Archives: ERI

Death of a Fitbit Flex

So long then, Fitbit Flex. After tirelessly tracking more than 4.5 million steps, my Flex was declared dead this afternoon. Flex, during our short time together, you counted more than 4,591,000 of my

ERI: Digi-Care responds to quality and feature issues

A few days back we posted that the long-awaited ERI smart wristband had arrived, but was sorely disappointing. Then it stopped working completely. We complained, and now we’ve heard back from Digi-Care.

ERI smart wristband: Die young, stay beautiful

Just a few days ago we reported on the long-awaited arrival of the ERI smart wristband: A brave go-it-alone effort by a Chinese company to crack the market, supported by a $50,000-plus

ERI finally ships smart wristband – but first impressions disappoint

DigiCare, the Hong Kong outfit behind the ERI wristband, has finally started shipping the smart bands to people who supported their successful raise on Indiegogo, but first impressions are disappointing. Originally slated to ship

WearableTechWatch turns 100!

This is the 100th post on WearableTechWatch. To celebrate achieving the century, we’re sharing some statistics, and taking a look back. The blog launched on July 11 with a post entitled (Use

Wearabletech news round-up …

Here’s some of the latest news on wearable technology, from around the web, on December 30, 2013 … The UK’s Daily Telegraph says Fitbit is pushing to become the leading wearable tech company

ERI is the next-generation #wearabletech wristband

When I recently blogged a shopping list of “must have” requirements for the next-generation of smart wristband, Jimmy Liao got the memo. We met up last week in Shenzhen, China, where Hong Kong-based