There's always something exciting about a brand-new technology - it's raw and rarely perfected, but often loaded with seemingly limitless possibilities. Right now, that about sums
up wearable technology - its part 'Apple Watch' but also part 'underwhelmed consumers'. In fact, you're as likely to read an enthusiastic review of the Apple Watch as you are reasons why you shouldn't
care about wearables yet. To many, they're brilliant but baffling, powerful yet puzzling.
As with any new technology, wearables are surrounded by a busload of market hype. Even market
research firm Gartner says as much. According to its latest yearly Hype Cycle of Emerging Technologies, wearable tech is right up there, having just fallen off the Peak of Inflated Expectation and
begun the dive into the Trough of Disillusionment.
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