ASUS Zen Watch

The First Intelligent Clock Asus ZenWatch

Elegant, made of metal and quite affordable. The first intelligent clock Asus, the ZenWatch.

It is a smart watch midrange particularly striking for its design. “Our design philosophy is to put people at the starting point,” said, vice president of design Asus. Its strap is leather (available in three colors) and display (1.63-inch resolution of 320 × 320 pixels) square. The housing has a slight bend and has a rose gold colored band between two layers of stainless steel.

The ASUS ZenWatch has been developed with Google and is equipped with Android Wear. It supports any “smartphone” Android version 4.3 or later in order to “provide a seamless digital experience” and allow users to be “connected to what matters most in your life,” He said. Thus, the device not only allows access to important and useful information but also offers a special service such as staff assistant physical activity due to the “app” Wellness.

With a device of this type not only we want to know the time. Although Asus clock offers more than 100 design combinations to see if has come lunchtime, also it allows real-time check incoming calls, notifications, take a picture or monitor health. Inside carries a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor at a speed of 1.2 GHz, has 512 MB of RAM and 4 GB of internal storage. The battery is 360 mAh, weighs 50 grams and is water resistant, but not waterproof.

With a simple touch on the screen or through the voice command, you can send an email. And if you want to get a “selfie”, download the “Remote Camera ‘application and display the viewfinder of” smartphone “in the phone display and capture the image as you wish.
Thanks to sophisticated sensors, in ASUS ZenWatch you can also monitor and have saved the statistics of heart beats, the steps taken, calories burned and the level of relaxation. Its price is another value to be considered as is 241 US Dollar, slightly less than that handle similar products in the sector.

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