Combining all the best aspects of their madly successful One pod and Flex in an unclunky wristband, Fitbit's highly anticipated Force is one of the most comprehensive activity tracking devices to hit the increasingly crowded market, and it's only $130. Like the Nike Fuel Band ($149), it sports an OLED display that provides real-time stats (distance traveled, floors climbed, calories burned, etc.), but it can also keep tabs on the quality and amount of sleep you're getting (something the Nike device doesn't do), and serve as a silent wake alarm. It also automatically wirelessly syncs to your phone/computer throughout the day to provide a visual dashboard of your progress in regards to set goals via easy-to-read graphs and charts. And once they roll out a forthcoming firmware update, it will even be able alert you of incoming calls, ironically making you lazier.