TAG Heuer announced the TAG Heuer Connected smartwatch, which is powered by Intel hardware and Google’s Wear OS. While it might not feature the latest and greatest in the increasingly crowded wearable-tech market, it might just be – due to a unique trade-in program – the smartwatch of choice for the diehard TAG Heuer fan. Watch the video above for all of my thoughts.
– 46.2 mm in diameter – 12.8 mm thick – case, back, and lugs made of grade-2 titanium – black rubber strap, with additional straps available in red, blue, white, and orange – 1.5 in. transflective LTPS LCD display – 360 x 360, 24-bit display – 240 ppi, 200 nits – 1 GB main memory, 4 GB storage – Dual core processor, rate at 1.6 GHz (normal operation speed = 500 mHz) – 410 mAh battery; 25 hours of battery life – $1,500
Unique features, which deviate from the default Google Wear OS: – 3 digital TAG Heuer Carrera dials (each with three color options) – “interactive counters” that display partner information inside the chronograph sub-dials – exchange program for a mechanical Carrera for an additional $1,500.