LG is entering the ever-popular fitness tracking wearable market with the recently announced, wrist-mounted Lifeband Touch. With a expected battery life of two to five days, a touch-sensitive OLED display, and one-size-fits-all design, it certainly has enough allure to raise some eyebrows.

The Lifeband Touch has a companion app which will be available on both Android and iOS, but it will also work with a bevy of third-party applications, as well. It tracks things like steps, workout time, heart rate, and calories burned. You can ignore calls with a simple gesture (though no answering is possible from the wristband itself) and control your music straight from your wrist.

Watch as Taylor goes hands-on with the  Lifeband Touch at CES 2014!

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