Huawei Talkband B5

Huawei's Talkband B5 is a fitness tracker that features a 1.13" 300x160 AMOLED touch display and multiple sensors. The main device can detach from the wristband to become a Bluetooth headset.

Huawei Talkband B5 photo

The Talkband B5 will go on sale in China towards the end of July.

TicWatch Pro

The TicWatch Pro uses an innovative dual-display design - a round AMOLED and a transparent low-power monochrome LCD on top which is used to conserve power when the full display is not required. The original TicWatch used an EDO 1.4" 400x400 (287 )PPI AMOLED display, it may be that this new version uses the same display.

TicWatch pro photo

It is likely that the TicWatch Pro will be ready to ship in the summer of 2018.

Xiaomi Mi Band 3

Mi Band 3 is the third generation of Xiaomi's popular wearable device. The Mi Band 3 features a 0.78" 128x80 monochrome white PMOLED, a heart-rate sensor and NFC. The 110mAh battery is said to last over 20 days between charges.

Xiaomi Mi Band 3 photo

The Mi Band 3 will ship in China soon for around $30 (or $25 without NFC)

Shearwater Teric

Shearwater's Teric, the company's first dive watch, that is also an everyday time piece. The Teric uses a 1.4" 400x400 round AMOLED display and features a highly capable multigas trimix dive computer, programmable sampling rates, configurable haptic and audible alarms and ascent and descent rate indicators. The Teric can connect with up to two wireless tank pressure transmitters and is fully integrated with Shearwater's cloud logging service.

Shearwater Teric photo

The Teric is now shipping for $1,399 CAD (around $1,090 USD).

Skagen Falster

The Skagen (owned by Fossil) Falster is an Android Wear 2.0 smartwatch that features a round AMOLED display (probably 1.4-inch) and Qualcomm's Snapdragon Wear 2100 chipset. It supports Android and iOS devices via Bluetooth (but lacks a GPS and mobile connectivity).

Skagen Falster photo

The Skagen Falster will launch by the end of January 2017 for $275 - $295.

HTC Vive Pro

HTC's Vive Pro is a premium upgrade to its popular first-generation Vive VR headset, with the main upgrade being the higher resolution dual 3.5" 1440x1600 AMOLED VR panels made by SDC. The Vive Pro also features high-end audio, enhanced ergonomics and comfort, dual microphones with active noise cancellation and dual front-facing cameras

Vive Pro photo

The HTC Vive Pro is now shipping for $799 (disclaimer: referral link to Amazon).

Pico Interactive Eagle

Pico Interactive's Eagle is a mobile HMD based on Kopin's latest 0.49" 1280x720 OLED microdisplays. The eagle's displays are equivalent to an 80" screen viewed from 3 meters.

Pico Interactive Eagle photo

The Eagle is made by Pico Interactive's Qingdao Yueshi Technology subsidiary, partly owned by Kopin. which Kopin has taken an equity stake in. Qingdao Yueshi will be making, marketing, and distributing the Eagle headset. The company did not yet detail the availability or price of the Eagle HMD.

BEAM Authentic smart display button

BEAM Authentic's smart display button is a wearable display that uses a 1.4" 400x400 round AMOLED display to can hold up to 100 images and display these for up to 24 hours. The BEAM button is controlled via smartphone application and can also be used as a panic button.

BEAM Authentic smart display button photo

The BEAM display button is shipping for $119 (note: affiliate link to Amazon).