Forget mice and headsets: The latest Bluetooth gadgets can help monitor your health, keep track of personal belongings, and empower a wristwatch to show
text messages and the identity of smartphone callers.
Most of the devices here at CES and on display at an event held for Bluetooth device makers use the low-voltage wireless technology to communicate with
mobile apps to either record or deliver information and create peer-to-peer wireless connections.
At the Bluetooth SIG’s CES event, vendors showed a slew of electronic nagging gadgets, including a toothbrush for monitoring dental hygiene and
wristwatches that can deliver text messages and caller ID info from a paired cellphone.
Here is a look.