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What is a wearable?

A wearable is a device or technology that can be worn on the body.

It is typically equipped with sensors, computing capabilities, and connectivity features that enable it to collect and transmit data, perform different functions, and interact with the user and other devices.

Wearables come in different forms and serve various purposes. Examples of wearables include smart watches and glasses, fitness trackers and apparel, or ever smart jewelry such as smart rings.

Why do we have wearables?

The purpose of wearables depends on the device type and design. For example, they can be used for fitness tracking, health monitoring, navigation or productivity. Wearables are very popular because they allow us to seamlessly integrate technology into our daily lives.

What processors are inside wearables?

Wearables typically use low-power processors because these are designed to balance performance with energy efficiency. By their very nature wearable devices have power and area constraints that require them to use a small, optimized processors, such as Codasip L11 or Codasip L31.

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