One of the biggest concerns/complaints about many of the latest smartwatches is the battery life. When you put powerful hardware underneath a gorgeous screen in a small body to fit on your wrist, something has to give. So it comes as no surprise that many consumers balk at the idea of charging a watch on more »
Forget the LG Watch Urbane or Huawei’s “pitiful” attempt at a truly premium smartwatch. The ultimate luxury Android Wear piece is still a little ways down the road, with opulent Swiss fashion accessory manufacturer Tag Heuer eyeing an October – November launch timeframe.
Typically, whenever a gadget manufacturer goes on and on and on about the “premium” construction of a new product, they’re trying to instill the idea of a challenging assembly process. We already know it’s not easy to make a perfectly round smartwatch, and when said circular intelligent timepiece is also entirely built out of metal, the tricky factor doubles.
After months of successful beta-testing and feedback from users, Swim.com, the platform for swimmers to track, compare, and compete with each other, has launched mobile apps for iOS and Android. Now, users can receive instant feedback from their swims instead of having to wait until they get home to a computer.
Great news, our Great Britain-residing friends, as the talk of the Android Wear town has just touched down at one of your favorite tech retailers. Before the Google Store itself can stock perhaps Apple Watch’s fiercest rival, the LG Watch Urbane is available via Clove UK for £216.66, excluding VAT, or £259.99, all taxes included.
Yet another LG Watch Urbane US pricing hint has just surfaced, backing assumptions derived from the wearable device’s official Korean valuation. A seemingly credible Verizon internal document details some of the luxury timepiece’s selling points, all of which have been revealed already, wrapping the promotional effort up with a quick MSRP mention.
After a fairly timid smart band debut last summer, Acer is starting to get bullish about its prospects in the fledgling, uber-competitive market, although not so much so that they’re ready to throw a high-end timepiece in the Apple, Samsung and Pebble dominated arena.
For some reason, companies seem to be fixated on creating a charging stand for the Apple Watch. Sure, they come in a variety of different materials and colors, but they all share a similar shape. You get a base with a curved arm to elevate your precious precious. I don’t know if habits change from a ‘normal’ watch to a ‘smart’ one, but I’ve never perched my watches. Just laid them down flat next to my other daily accessories.
The first Android Wear device billed as a “luxury” smartwatch is just about ready for primetime, going on sale in South Korea this week, followed by “key markets in North America, Europe and Asia in the weeks to come.”
Asus has been pretty explicit and vocal about its plans to enrich the growingly competitive wearable décor with a few ZenWatch sequels, one of which is called VivoWatch. Ever since we first heard that name on the down low, we figured this new timepiece’s connection with its forerunner would be loose at best.
What good is a shiny new Apple Watch without accessories? While you’re waiting for yours to ship, you can pick up The Bumper case, which is also available for pre-order.
Remember how excited we got when Verizon dropped the Sony SmartWatch 3 to an all-time low $200 price back in February? Incredibly enough, that deal is still around, and if you don’t mind shopping on eBay, the Android Wear timepiece can be had there for even less.