- The adoption of wearables has skyrocketed, rising from 21 percent of the U.S. population in 2014 to 49 percent in 2016, according to a report by consulting firm PwC.
- And parents are significantly more likely to own not just one, but multiple wearable devices, the report said.
- PwC created the report to better understand the wearable tech landscape and identify trends and opportunities.
- The wearables include fitness trackers/bands, smart glasses, smart watches, smart clothing, and other wearable devices.
- Both men and women like their wearables, however, men are more likely to own smart watches and smart glasses than their female counterparts, PwC said.
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