Samsung’s virtual reality headset, a smart handbag and health-tracking earphones among gadgets on display at Wearable Technology Show

While Apple was unveiling its Watch yesterday, some of the biggest names in technology were showing off their own wearable devices in London.
The likes of Samsung and Intel are at the annual Wearable Technology Show (WTS) alongside smaller firms and startups.
Devices on show include Samsung’s virtual reality headset, a Bluetooth medical splint and a bag that warns owners if they’ve left something at home.

WTS is the industry’s largest event, with more than 100 companies displaying their products, and it is taking place at the ExCel exhibition centre in London.
Among those at the show is European 10,000m champion Jo Pavey, 41, who is testing the latest in smart training devices.
In particular she has been trying out Intel’s £130 SMS Biosport earphones that work with a smartphone app to measure running pace and heartbeat.

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