We've strapped wearables to our wrists, heads and feet, and now we could be sliding them onto our fingers and through our shirt sleeves if Samsung gets its way.
Expanding its already-blossoming line of wearables, Samsung has unveiled a new, compact, body-adorning device at CES 2016.
The currently-unnamed gadget is a small, button-sized wearable that has been added to a pair of cufflinks and a variety of rings.
Featuring a single LED light, the smartphone-syncing low-key wearable will give visual indications when you receive messages, calls and other alerts.
With an integrated sensor pack, the finger-mounting activity tracker will also keep tabs on your steps count, calorie burn and distances covered.
This isn't a broad range of products, either. Instead, it's a single activity-tracking device that can be effortlessly moved between various straps, rings, cufflinks and necklaces.
Still a concept product, Samsung has yet to price or date it for release. Hopefully we'll be seeing it pretty soon, though.