It was a very long wait (mainly because of an unanticipated mega demand by consumers in Europe and the United States), but, finally, Tag Heuer’s ultra-chic Connected men’s watch is now available in Mexico.
The first smart watch that is not 100 percent digital, the Tag Heuer Connected is a clever marriage between traditional Swiss watchmaking and Silicon Valley technologies from Intel Inside and Android Wear.
The luxury watch benefits from over 150 years of Swiss expertise, savoir faire and heritage cultivated by Tag Heuer, a watch manufacturer based in La Chaux-de-Fonds, the Alpine cradle of Swiss watchmaking.
The Connected provides a custom suite of applications, including alarm and stopwatch features to optimize performance, precision and perfection, plus directional wind and weather monitoring, RaceChrono Pro capability and Google Fit, each designed to function in the watch’s crystal face monitor that turns invisible when the electronic apps are turned off.
Bold, custom themes allow numerous other display options and Android Wear connects with thousands of apps that can be tailored to your taste.
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