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It is fairly common while covering the tech community that new developments are heralded as unprecedented and life-changing.

The problem is that many of them are not — who can forget Amazon’s  (AMZN) – Get, Inc. Report health tracking Halo or Google’s  (GOOGL) – Get Alphabet Inc. Class A Report ill-fated glasses — and thus an already fatigued consumer based becomes more cynical about which technological advances could really change the world.

A weary public has now seen tech gadgets come and go in dozens of iterations, from the seemingly hundreds of iPhone configurations, multiple Alexa generations and, of course, an ever more relentless Fitbit  (FIT) – Get Fitbit, Inc. Class A Report.