If Fitbit can do it, so can Garmin; the wearable packs contactless payments and support for third-party apps.
The new products could help the Korean company capture a portion of the premium wearables market.
The low-cost device is capable of testing for certain diseases like the flu, bacterial infections and even cancer.
The company has also announced a new smart scale (Aria 2), sweat-proof Bluetooth headphones (Flyer), and new premium guidance and coaching offering.
The powerful wearable has a color screen, waterproof body and a number of sensors to watch every move you make.
The setup includes a device that beams radio waves off a sleeping subject while changes in the body are detected when they bounce back.
It will be water-proof up to 50m, have a multi-day battery life, and deliver the best health and fitness experience.
The Mi Ultrasonic Toothbrush can send up to 31,000 vibrations per minute to your teeth, while supporting a few app-enabled custom brushing modes.
Unlike other sleep trackers, this one uses an oxygen-monitoring technology that allow it to come up with more comprehensive findings.
Led by a suburban Philadelphia emergency room doctor Basil Harris, Final Frontier Medical Devices, won the $2.6 million top prize.