TAG Heuer Launches Its First Luxury Smartwatch Called Connected
We have some more news for you in the tech wearable department; Tag Heuer has launched its first smartwatch called TAG Heuer Connected, inspired by Tag Heuer Carrera, at $1,500 (Rs.99,653). This smartwatch was launched at an event in New York City and is an android wear powered timepiece created in collaboration with Google and Intel.
The TAG Heuer Connected is powered by a 1.6GHz dual core processor from Intel, and has a 1.5 inch circular transflective LTPS LCD display with 360 X 360 resolution and a pixel density of 240ppi. Moreover, this watch is protected by scratch resistant sapphire crystal glass and comes with 1GB of RAM and 4GB of internal memory fueled by a 410 mAh battery.
Other features include a tilt detection sensor, microphone, a haptic engine and a gyroscope. Connectivity options include Bluetooth BLE 4.1 and Wi-Fi. The luxury smartwatch weighs 52 grams and is 46mm wide and 12.8mm thick. It is compatible with Android 4.3+ and iOS 8.2+, it also comes with extra equipment to detect the direction of the wind and weather monitoring while also being water and dust resistant.
Now, we can speak about its availability, the smartwatch will arrive in various colours in the US, however, only the black band bracelet option will be available for purchase online. If you want the other colours, you’ll have to get yourself to a store in the US. It arrives in Europe on the 12th of November.