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Fitbit v Xiaomi: How do the fitness platforms stack up?

We compare the two most popular fitness tracking options When it comes to fitness trackers, no-one sells more than Fitbit and Xiaomi. In the first

Essential Fitbit accessories to personalise your activity tracker UPDATE 2017

Give your Fitbit a unique look with these stylish upgrades Fitbit is still leading the wearable field when it comes to jazzing up fitness trackers,

Lenovo Flexing Its Muscles with New Legion, IdeaPads, Flex 5

It’s springtime and a whole new crop of consumer laptops is blooming at Lenovo. Today, the company announced several additions to its mainstream IdeaPad family,

10 of the best Fitbit alternatives : Fitbits can’t be for everyone

Sometimes you just don’t want a Fitbit. Maybe you’re turned off by how they seem to be the most popular name in fitness tracking, or

Apple Watch Series 2 v Fitbit Charge 2 : Which device should you choose?

We put these wearable elites head to head When it comes to the big hitters in the wearable game, there’s no doubt that Apple and

Fitbit Flex 2 v Fitbit Charge 2 : Which fitness tracker is best for you?

The second generation goes head to head Fitbit went on somewhat of a fitness tracker release surge last year, dropping four models for the activity

Fitbit Alta HR review : The new Alta HR plays to Fitbit’s strengths with improved fitness tracking

The Fitbit Alta HR is a return to the company’s strongest suit, with a focus on sleep, wellbeing and heart health rather than all-out fitness.

Fitbit Alta v Fitbit Flex 2 : Which is the best fitness tracker for you?

When minimalist siblings collide Fitbit may be slowly progressing into smartwatch territory, but its merry band of fitness trackers is still where the company makes

​The best waterproof fitness trackers (2017)

Looking to find the best fitness tracker for swimming? We might just be able to help. For many people looking for a pool-friendly wearable, the

Fitbit Alta HR vs Alta vs Flex 2: What’s the difference?

Fitbit has announced the Alta HR, adding to its already strong line-up of activity trackers. The new device sits into the company’s “Everyday” category, alongside