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Samsung también estaría preparando un smartwach circular: EXCLUSIVE: Samsung working on circular Gear smartwatch

 

Today, SamMobile has received information on the former device, and also on a new Gear smartwatch with a circular design similar to the Moto 360 (and LG’s upcoming watch, which it teased very recently.)

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Y LG también: LG will reveal a circular smartwatch next week to compete with the Moto 360

 

Of the three Android Wear smartwatches introduced at Google's developer conference in June, the Moto 360 was by far the crowd favorite; its circular watchface gives it a classic, elegant look, and a stark contrast to the squarish Samsung Gear Live and LG G Watch. It turns out that LG wasn't very excited about its first Wear watch either: It's going to introduce a round-faced sequel -- called the LG G Watch R -- next week in Berlin, shortly after Motorola officially launches its new timepiece.

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El Moto 360 estaría marcando tendencia :D

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Samsung presentando otro SmartWatch, ahora con pantalla curva (deben pensar que a más modelos más opciones de acertar) y 3G: Samsung Gear S

 

 

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Seoul, Korea – August 28, 2014 – Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. today unveiled the Samsung Gear S, the next generation smart wearable device that expands the smartphone experience to the wrist. The new Samsung Gear S delivers an up-to-date smart wearable experience with 3G connectivity and wearable optimized features to meet the evolving needs of consumers.

 

​“Samsung is leading this exciting and rapidly developing wearable category through progressive innovation,” said JK Shin, CEO and head of IT & mobile communication at Samsung Electronics. “The Samsung Gear S redefines the idea of the smart wearable and the culture of mobile communication. It will let consumers live a truly connected life anywhere, anytime.”

 

​Designed with an elegant, curved Super AMOLED display and flexible band, Samsung Gear S fits comfortably on user’s wrist. Through 3G connectivity, the Samsung Gear S offers a new, powerful wearable experience and gives consumers the freedom to live their life on the go.

 

 

​Industry-Leading Curved Super AMOLED Display

 

​The Samsung Gear S features a 2-inch curved Super AMOLED display, providing a richer view with a beautiful and easy-to-use user interface. It allows users to read messages and notifications at a single glance with features such as conversation view and condensed font. The Samsung Gear S’s chic, curved design fits comfortably around the contours of the wrist, while its customizable screen options and changeable straps empower users to express their own taste and style.

 

​Truly Connected Experience

 

​The Samsung Gear S extends its communication capabilities to include 3G as well as Bluetooth and WiFi connectivity, allowing users to stay informed with seamless notifications from social networks, calendars and applications even when away from their phone. It lets users to instantly reply to incoming messages using the onscreen keyboard, or utilize enhanced S voice functionality to ensure tasks can be completed immediately. Finally, with Samsung Gear S, people can seamlessly make and receive calls directly from their wrist, or get calls forwarded from their smartphones.

 

The Samsung Gear S allows consumers to control how they want to connect, switching easily between 3G and Bluetooth connections, and automatically synchronizing information when paired to a smartphone.

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Gear S Product Specifications

 

- 2.0” Super AMOLED (360 x 480)

 

- Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Compass, Heart Rate, Ambient Light, UV, Barometer

 

- 39.8 x 58.3 x 12.5T

 

- 300mAh Li-ion / Typical Usage 2days

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Y un accesorio, unos auriculares: Gear Circle

 

 

Also announced today with the Samsung Gear S is the new Samsung Gear Circle. When paired with a smartphone, users can easily receive calls, listen to music, and make voice commands in style through a Bluetooth connection. It features a magnetic lock which clasps around the user’s neck when not in use, as well as a vibrate function to signal incoming calls and notifications.

 

Both the Samsung Gear S and the Gear Circle will be available in global markets in phases through Samsung’s retail channels, e-commerce websites and via carriers beginning October.

 

Samsung Gear Circle Specifications​​

 

 

Speaker

 

12Φ Dynamic

 

Microphone

 

Single MEMS

 

Codec

 

SBC, apt-X, Samsung HD

 

Value-Added

Features

 

Smart Magnetic Clasp Control, Voice Notification, Sound Alive

 

Connectivity

 

Wireless Connectivity: Bluetooth 3.0

BT Profile: HSP / HFP / A2DP / AVRCP

Multi Point Connection : Up to 8 BT connections, 2 BT devices at the same time

Connector: Micro USB (Charging only)

 

Sensor

 

Magnetic Sensor (Hall IC), Touch Sensor

 

Battery

 

180mAh Li-ion (Standby 300h / Talk 11h / Play Time 9h)

 

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Y LG filtra el rumoreado SmartWatch circular: LG G Watch R

 

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SEOUL, Aug. 28, 2014 — Following the June release of one of the first-to-market wearable device powered by Android Wear™, LG Electronics (LG) is quickly expanding its wearable product offerings with the unveiling a new Android Wear device — the LG G Watch R at IFA 2014 in Berlin next week. The LG G Watch R is the world’s first watch-style wearable device to feature a circular Plastic OLED (P-OLED) display and utilizes 100 percent of its watch face.

 

The most eye-catching feature of the LG G Watch R is its 1.3-inch full circle P-OLED display that produces stunning image clarity even under bright sunlight and superb clarity when viewed from any angle. Powered by a powerful 1.2GHz Snapdragon 400 processor, the LG G Watch R offers 4GB of storage, 512MB of RAM and a durable 410mAh battery. This Android wearable will effortlessly run all compatible apps available in the Google Play Store and with an Ingress Protection Rating of IP67, the LG G Watch R is designed to run for up to 30 minutes in one meter of water.

 

With Android Wear™ at its core, the LG G Watch R delivers essential and relevant information exactly at the right time and place. With a suite of LG health and fitness apps, users can also monitor their heart rate with the support of the embedded photoplethysmography (PPG) sensor. And the smart notifications provide users with important reminders of missed calls and messages, upcoming meetings, events, and local weather forecasts.

 

With an artisanal elegance, the LG G Watch R boasts a refined aesthetic that is reminiscent of traditional timepieces. Replete with a circular watch face, this elegantly crafted Android wearable has classic curves encased in a strong, durable stainless steel frame and carries a suite of watch faces that are accessible with a simple touch of the display. Its interchangeable 22mm calf skin leather strap also complements its overall aesthetic, giving it an air of modern prestige.

 

“What we’ve noticed in the year of the wearable is that this is a category that can’t be compared to smartphones and tablets,” said Dr. Jong-seok Park, president and CEO of the LG Electronics Mobile Communications Company. “Wearables are also accessories and consumers will want more than one to choose from. So we wanted to complement the modern design of the original G Watch with the classic look of the G Watch R. Customers can’t go wrong with either device.”

 

The LG G Watch R will be available in key markets early in the fourth quarter of 2014. Prices and details of availability will be announced locally at the time of launch. Visitors to IFA can see LG G Watch R up close in Hall 11.2 of Messe Berlin from September 5-10.

 

 

Key Specifications:

 

■ Chipset: 1.2GHz Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 400

 

■ Display: 1.3-inch P-OLED Display (320 x 320)

 

■ Memory: 4GB eMMC / 512MB RAM

 

■ Battery: 410mAh

 

■ Operating System: Android Wear™

 

(compatible with smartphones running Android 4.3 and above)

 

■ Sensors: 9-Axis (Gyro/ Accelerometer/ Compass), Barometer, PPG (Heart Rate Monitor)

 

■ Color: Black

 

■ Other: Dust and Water Resistant (IP67)

 

 

Ahora el Moto 360 no mola tanto :D

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Me sigue extrañando que Apple lance un relojillo. Pero aún recuerdo la jartá de reír con Ballmer haciendo el idiota en el CES jugueteando con aquella maqueta del nonato "Slate".

En 11 días lo sabremos :D

 

Y en 6 días veremos novedades de otros fabricantes

 

Este año los Reyes y Santa Claus van a dar la hora :lol:

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Si no me equivoco, ya está disponible el primer SmartWatch con cristal de zafiro: Wellograph

 

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The Wellograph Watch

 

Wellograph is an activity tracker, a heart rate monitor and a running watch in one that delivers live, insightful information about the wearer's activity through simple infographic interface.

 

 

Specifications In The Box

 

Screen: 1.26 inch low-power LCD with integrated backlight

 

Materials: Sapphire crystal, Stainless steel, and Aluminum

 

Strap Choices: All-weather genuine leather/NATO strap

 

Size: Comfortable for a wide range of men’s and women’s wrist

 

Strap circumference, 6 - 8.5 inch (15.2 - 21.5 cm).

 

Sensors: Tri -LED heart rate sensor, 9 -axis motion sensor

 

Connectivity: Bluetooth 4.0 LE

 

Data Capacity: 4 month record for continuous use

 

Water Resistance: 5ATM water resistance (up to 50 meters or 160 feet)

 

Battery Life: 7 days per charge

 

Battery Capacity: 210 mAH

 

Charger: Magnetic charging dock with Micro USB power adapter

 

Watch Dimension: 42 x 33 x 12.5mm (1.65 x 1.30 x 0.5 inch)

 

Watch Weight: 3.52 ounce (55 grams)

 

 

349$ y 49$ las correas adicionales

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Swatch también tendrá SmartWatch, pero lo harán solos: Swatch prefers go-it-alone route for smartwatch plans

 

(Reuters) - Swatch Group is happy to go it alone with a launch next year of watches with "smart" features to compete with so-called wearable gadgets from the big tech companies, a market potentially worth $93 billion.

 

The world's biggest watchmaker, which sees the advent of smartwatches as an opportunity rather than a threat, will unveil its new Swatch Touch next summer.

 

Swatch Chief Executive Nick Hayek said these new watches might allow the wearer to count the number of steps they take and calories they burn. And there will be a few other cool 'Swatchy' things on offer via latest Bluetooth technology, he said in an interview at the company's headquarters in Biel.

 

"All the big technology firms want to work with us and I don't rule out that we are or could be collaborating in some areas. But we can also do many things on our own."
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ASUS ya tiene su SmartWatch con Android Wear por 199€: ASUS ZenWatch Announced at IFA 2014

 

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Berlin, Germany (3rd September, 2014) — ASUS Corporate Vice President Eric Chen, accompanied by ASUS Design Center Vice President Mitch Yang and ASUS Senior Product Director Derek Yu, today went on stage at a pre-IFA 2014 event held at the Classic Remise to announce the company’s latest lineup of innovations, including ASUS ZenWatch, the company’s first wearable device produced in partnership with Google.

 

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Sony se sube al Android Wear: Sony SmartWatch 3

 

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Peso (unidad central)

45 g

 

Pantalla

Pantalla transflectiva de 1.6”

320 x 320 pixeles

 

Contenidos del kit

1 correa para la muñeca

Unidad Core (extraible)

Cable USB

Rápida guía de inicio

 

Compatible

SmartWatch 3 está optimizada para dispositivos con software Android 4.3 y posteriores.

 

Diversidad de color (correa de muñeca)

Negro

Blanco

 

Rendimiento

Quad ARM A7, 1.2 Ghz

512 MB de RAM, 4 GB de eMMC

 

Controles

Entrada de voz, toque y gestos

Micrófono

Tecla de Encendido/Apagado/Despertador

 

Conectores

Bluetooth® 4.0

NFC

Micro USB

 

Requisitos

Android 4.3

Aplicación SmartWatch 3

 

A prueba de agua

Con clasificación IP68

 

Sensores

Sensores de luz ambiente

Acelerómetro

Brújula

Giro

GPS

 

Batería

420 mA (uso normal de hasta 2 días)

 

Accesorios opcionales

Correas en distintos colores (se venden por separado)

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Motorola presentó el Moto 360: Motorola Moto 360

 

 

Specs

 

Available models

1. Light stainless steel case + gray Horween® leather band

2. Dark stainless steel case + black Horween® leather band

3. Light stainless steel case + stone Horween® leather band

 

Compatibility

Smartphones running Android 4.3 or higher

(check compatibility at g.co/WearCheck)

 

Operating system

Android Wear™

 

Display

1.56" 320 x 290, 205ppi

Backlit LCD

Corning® Gorilla® Glass 3

 

Watch case dimensions

46mm diameter by 11.5mm high

 

Weight

Leather band model: 49g

 

Battery

320mAh

All day (mixed use)

Wireless charging with charging dock included

 

Processor

TI OMAP™ 3

 

Memory

4GB internal storage + 512MB RAM

 

Connectivity

Bluetooth 4.0 Low Energy

 

Sensors

Pedometer

Optical heart rate monitor (PPG)

 

Water resistance

IP67

 

Other

Single physical button

Vibration motor

Dual microphones

 

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Intel anuncia un acuerdo de colaboración con Fossil: Fossil Group and Intel Announce Collaboration to Develop Innovation in Wearable Technology

 

Richardson, TX. September 5th, 2014 – Fossil Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: FOSL) (the "Company") and Intel Corporation (NASDAQ: INTC) announced today that they will be collaborating to further develop wearable technology for the fashion industry.

 

Fossil Group, a global design, marketing and distribution company specializing in fashion accessories will partner with Intel, a leader and innovator in the technology industry, to identify, support and develop emerging trends in the wearable technology space. The companies will work together on emerging products and technologies that will be developed for the fashion-oriented consumer. Fossil Group is committed to being a leader in the space and its work with Intel will enable iconic fashion brands within the Company's portfolio to participate in wearable technology in a fashionable way.

 

Kosta Kartsotis, Chief Executive Officer of Fossil Group, commented: "We are very excited about collaborating with Intel and working to develop the next innovation in the emerging wearable technology space. Combining our fashion lifestyle brands with Intel's expertise in technology, hardware and innovation will position us to be a leader in this segment."

 

Mike Bell, Vice President of Intel and General Manager of the New Devices Group, said: "The combination of Intel's technology and Fossil Group's ability to design innovative fashion accessories and to create, market and distribute globally is why we are confident about this initiative. We are focused on identifying trends and emerging uses of technology and accelerating wearable technology innovation worldwide."

 

In addition, Fossil Group will work closely with Intel Capital, Intel's global investment organization, to identify and evaluate co-investments in emerging technologies to accelerate industry innovation and stay at the forefront of the wearable consumer trend. Intel Capital has invested in a wide range of start-ups in the wearables space, including Thalmic Labs and Basis.

 

 

A ver con quien colabora IBM... ¿a quien no le gustaría un PowerPC en la muñeca? :lol:

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Casio tiene varios G-Shock con Bluetooth

 

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Y un modelo con sensores* y notificaciones: OmniSync STB1000

 

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* siempre hay que leer la letra pequeña (aunque por 79,90€) no está nada mal:

 

Más diversión y eficiencia para tus entrenamientos con el STB-1000: los datos de la sesión se envían a través de la aplicación de tu smartphone y se muestran directamente en el reloj.

 

El STB-1000 es el reloj ideal para los entusiastas del deporte que salen a ejercitarse con su iPhone*. Es compatible con las aplicaciones de entrenamiento Runtastic, Abvio Runmeter, Walkmeter y Cyclemeter, además de Wahoo Fitness (disponibles en iTunes y la App Store de Apple). El reloj muestra datos de la sesión como velocidad y distancia de carrera, tiempo transcurrido, frecuencia cardíaca, velocidad en bicicleta y cadencia de pedaleo. Por supuesto, el STB-1000 integra todas las demás funciones que cabe esperar de un Casio, como la alarma diaria y el temporizador.

 

 

Lee los datos de la sesión de entrenamiento directamente de tu reloj.

 

Utiliza aplicaciones de entrenamiento para mostrar los datos de medición directamente en el reloj. Puedes comprobar datos como el tiempo transcurrido, la distancia recorrida, el pulso**, el tiempo de vuelta o la cadencia***, entro otros, sin necesidad de utilizar tu smartphone. Puedes ver al mismo tiempo tres datos de medición diferentes en la pantalla, así como cambiar automáticamente entre varias pantallas. Además, puedes adaptar la pantalla de forma individual según tus necesidades específicas.

 

 

Controla el reproductor de música de tu smartphone con ayuda del STB-1000

 

El cómodo manejo del reproductor de música te sirve para utilizar funciones como reproducir, pausar, siguiente canción, última canción, volumen, etc. directamente con las teclas del reloj. El reloj muestra siempre el nombre de la canción que se está reproduciendo.

 

 

Lee los datos de la sesión de entrenamiento directamente de tu reloj.

 

Utiliza aplicaciones de entrenamiento para mostrar los datos de medición directamente en el reloj. Puedes comprobar datos como el tiempo transcurrido, la distancia recorrida, el pulso**, el tiempo de vuelta o la cadencia***, entro otros, sin necesidad de utilizar tu smartphone. Puedes ver al mismo tiempo tres datos de medición diferentes en la pantalla, así como cambiar automáticamente entre varias pantallas. Además, puedes adaptar la pantalla de forma individual según tus necesidades específicas.

 

 

El STB-1000 te informa de las llamadas y los correos electrónicos entrantes.

 

El reloj emite una señal acústica o vibra para informarte de que tienes una llamada o un correo electrónico entrantes en el teléfono móvil. Sabrás al momento cuando recibes llamadas y no perderás ninguna llamada importante, incluso si tu teléfono está en una bolsa de deporte, por ejemplo.

 

Nota sobre la utilización:

* Teléfonos compatibles: iPhone 5s/iPhone 5c/iPhone 5/iPhone 4s - con iOS7

** Para la medición de la frecuencia cardíaca se requiere el uso de un pulsómetro (se vendepor separado).

*** Para medir la cadencia se requiere un sensor de cadencia (se vende por separado).

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Nuevos radares que detectaran el uso de los moviles y regulación del uso de los SmartWatch mientras se conduce:

 

A Radar Gun that Catches Driver Texting Is in Development

 

Drivers who cause fatal accidents while using smart watches behind the wheel will face up to two years in prison

 

 

 

Aqui probablemente se añada un párrafo al uso del GPS con el coche en marcha y listos:

 

Y también eligen la ubicación por comodidad, para poder manipularlo desde el puesto de conducción, una acción que, realizada en marcha, es una distracción peligrosa y evitable, y está considerada infracción grave (supone la pérdida de tres puntos).

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La DGT ya está tardando en lanzar una campaña "si whatsappeas no conduzcas" :ph34r:

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LG está trabajando en un SmartWatch con webOS: LG is working on a webOS SmartWatch

 

The world's favorite abortive mobile operating system, webOS, refuses to go away quietly. After being open-sourced by HP and then sold off to LG, webOS is now apparently returning to mobile devices in the form of a new LG SmartWatch. A developer website hosted by LG teases a software development kit for a webOS SmartWatch, while the familiar Bean Bird from LG's webOS TVs also shows up, this time supporting a classically styled analog wristwatch.
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Microsoft lanzará su SmartWatch antes de Navidad: Exclusive: A Microsoft Smartwatch Is Coming

 

Microsoft is the latest technology giant preparing to jump into the wearables market, with plans to offer a sensor-rich smartwatch that measures heart rate and synchs with iPhones, Android phones and Windows Phones, Forbes has learned.

 

It’s a surprising development in the ongoing conversation about wearables that till now has been dominated by Samsung and Apple.

 

The device will draw on optical engineering expertise from Microsoft’s Xbox Kinect division to continuously measure heart rate through the day and night, according to multiple sources with knowledge of the company’s plans, while the battery will last for two days, roughly on par with Samsung’s Gear Fit.

 

The timeline for the watch’s release date is unclear but Microsoft could be gunning for as soon as this summer.

 

Crucially, it appears the smartwatch won’t just tie in with Windows Phone devices, but will also work with both iPhones and Android smartphones.

 

A spokesman for Microsoft would not comment on the details. “We have nothing to share,” he said.

 

Viendo la "Shurface" se puede esperar de todo, desde una peana para ponerlo sobre la mesita de noche y usarlo como reloj despertador, hasta un péndulo y un cuco que marquen las horas :D

Fuentes nada fiables esperan que lleve una tapa con teclado numérico para usarlo como reloj calculadora y un kit con esparadrapo para la edición nerd :lol:

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Microsoft lanzará su SmartWatch antes de Navidad: Exclusive: A Microsoft Smartwatch Is Coming

 

Microsoft is the latest technology giant preparing to jump into the wearables market, with plans to offer a sensor-rich smartwatch that measures heart rate and synchs with iPhones, Android phones and Windows Phones, Forbes has learned.

 

It's a surprising development in the ongoing conversation about wearables that till now has been dominated by Samsung and Apple.

 

The device will draw on optical engineering expertise from Microsoft's Xbox Kinect division to continuously measure heart rate through the day and night, according to multiple sources with knowledge of the company's plans, while the battery will last for two days, roughly on par with Samsung's Gear Fit.

 

The timeline for the watch's release date is unclear but Microsoft could be gunning for as soon as this summer.

 

Crucially, it appears the smartwatch won't just tie in with Windows Phone devices, but will also work with both iPhones and Android smartphones.

 

A spokesman for Microsoft would not comment on the details. "We have nothing to share," he said.

 

Viendo la "Shurface" se puede esperar de todo, desde una peana para ponerlo sobre la mesita de noche y usarlo como reloj despertador, hasta un péndulo y un cuco que marquen las horas :D

Fuentes nada fiables esperan que lleve una tapa con teclado numérico para usarlo como reloj calculadora y un kit con esparadrapo para la edición nerd :lol:

 

jajajajjaj que cruel,es curioso que cuando menos se usan los relojes de pulsera en decadas, mas interes hay de todas las empresas de tener su propio reloj "inteligente"

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Ya está el Smartwatch de Michael Bastian con HP: Michael Bastian Creates a Smartwatch That Looks Like a Watch

 

THE MOST NOTEWORTHY thing about the MB Chronowing—the unabashedly guy-size smartwatch by designer Michael Bastian and Hewlett-Packard—is what’s missing: The timepiece has no touch screen to swipe, no microphone to speak into. It can’t track your steps or measure your heart rate. It doesn’t even beep.

 

Which is not necessarily a bad thing. “How many times have you been in a lunch and someone keeps checking their phone?” asked Mr. Bastian. His new watch is “intended to make you more polite,” he said, by allowing you to glance more discreetly at your wrist, hopefully less often than if you were wearing a techier smartwatch. It has the gentlest of vibrations to alert you to texts, emails and notifications from apps of your choice. It works with iPhone or Android so that “your phone isn’t dictating which watch you can wear,” and it has a clock dial on the face, because “that’s the thing you’re going to use 99% of the time,” he explained.

 

That clock does not have traditional hands, however. Those are rendered using the watch’s monochrome LCD display, which can also show messages, the weather, stock prices and other info. Swipe-accustomed millennials will probably marvel at the three chunky buttons, which can be used to navigate the watch’s old-school menus, activate a built-in light and control a phone’s music player. Battery life is an estimated seven days.

 

“Honestly, I’m not so much of a tech guy,” said Mr. Bastian. As such, the MB Chronowing will go on sale Nov. 7 at the online fashion retailer Gilt, not your local Best Buy. Two versions will be available: a limited-edition, all-black model with a sapphire-glass crystal and an alligator strap for $649, as well as a model that has just as much heft but is made with somewhat less refined materials (its three included straps are leather, rubber and nylon) for $349.

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TAG Heuer también tendrá SmartWatch: TAG Heuer Announces Smartwatch Plans as Threat From Apple Watch Looms

 

 

High-end Swiss watchmakers have generally been publicly dismissive of any threat posed by Apple's upcoming smartwatch, but now that the Watch is creeping closer to launch, fashion watch leaders are starting to take notice. According to Reuters, Swiss watchmaker TAG Heuer has changed course and begun preparing a smartwatch and is willing to forge partnerships and acquire companies in order to produce an original luxury offering to compete with Apple Watch.

 

Los suizos subiendose al carro...

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