Introducing: The TAG Heuer Connected Smartwatch
The watch takes the shape of a cutting edge TAG Carrera, with a 46 mm case made of evaluation 2 titanium, complete with titanium deployant clasp. The stock dark elastic tie might be swapped to a host of various tones, and the watch looks and feels a lot of like any TAG. However, there are no chronograph pushers here, only one crown that goes about as the control community for the associated timepiece.
The watch highlights three diverse TAG Heuer faces – a genuine chronograph, a three hander, and a GMT – and the chronograph works by tapping the screen once to begin and stop, and twice for resetting. Note that this is not a hybrid by any means, yet rather a genuine smartwatch. There is nothing mechanical about it.
The cost of the Android powered TAG Heuer Connected smartwatch will be $1,500 and it will be accessible for purchase in the U.S. at TAG stores and online today. The cleverest thing about the whole watch is that after the two-year plan on the TAG Heuer Connected watch is up, any owner may exchange it to a TAG retailer, and for an extra $1,500, get a mechanical Carrera in its place. A fascinating feeder program if there at any point was one.
Oh, and to answer your #watchnerd question: the watch can’t be “Swiss Made” in light of the fact that the development is computerized, yet the case is in fact Swiss made – a pleasant touch, certainly.
Full specs below, and to watch our video on the TAG Connected watch, click here . You can peruse more about it at TAG Heuer on the web .
-46.2 mm in breadth
– 12.8 mm thick
– case, back, and hauls made of evaluation 2 titanium
– dark elastic tie, with extra lashes accessible in red, blue, white, and orange
– 1.5 in. transflective LTPS LCD show
– 360 x 360, 24-bit show
– 240 ppi, 200 nits
– 1 GB fundamental memory, 4 GB stockpiling
– Dual center processor, rate at 1.6 GHz (ordinary activity speed = 500 mHz)
– 410 mAh battery; 25 hours of battery life