TAG Heuer’s first smartwatch, the Connected, is official and available for purchase at $1,500 both online and in select boutiques. For days to come, I’m sure people will debate whether or not that price is either ridiculous (in many ways it is) or makes some sense (it is a product coming from a luxury Swiss watchmaker), but as those conversations happen, you should know about the somewhat-intriguing trade in program that TAG Heuer is doing with this watch. (more…)
The TAG Heuer Connected has been unveiled, soon to be up for sale on TAG’s website for a measly $1500. If you plan on picking one up, you should give the connected watch’s specs a look over to see just what exactly you are paying for.
Inside the Connected, you will find an Intel dual-core processor with a max clock rate of 1.6GHz, 1GB of RAM, 410mAh battery, plus a 1.5″ full circular LCD display. The watch also features an IP67 splash proof rating, Bluetooth 4.1, and is compatible with Android and iOS smartphones.
Have a look at the full spec sheet below. (more…)
According to TAG Heuer’s official Twitter, plus a countdown happening on the company’s website, Connected, the apparent name for its Android Wear smartwatch, is officially coming November 9. The date has been known since late September thanks to TAG Heuer’s CEO, but now everyone can follow the fun thanks to a countdown, in addition to an email signup if you are interested in being one of the first to know everything about it. (more…)
In an interview yesterday that was published through Bloomberg, Jean-Claude Biver, the CEO of luxury smartwatch maker TAG Heuer, said that his company was getting ready to make a smartwatch by partnering with folks in Silicon Valley. This morning, those folks in Silicon Valley have been confirmed as Google and Intel. TAG Heuer, in partnership with Google and Intel, will make a Swiss smartwatch in 2015 that will be distributed worldwide. (more…)
With all of the major smartphone OEMs deepening themselves into the smartwatch market, it was only a matter of time until the high-end, established watchmakers would want into the growing game. In an interview with Bloomberg, TAG Heuer’s Chief Executive Jean-Claude Biver stated it will look to partner with Silicon Valley to produce the technology side of its soon-to-be-announced smartwatch, but will keep the watch’s quality and design aspects purely Swiss. (more…)
Sometime next year, you might see an “Intel Inside” logo emblazoned on the sides of updated Google Glass hardware. Actually, that might be a bit of a stretch, but a report out of the Wall Street Journal claims the semiconductor giant has signed a deal with Google to provide chips for Glass going forward. (more…)