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September 03, 2014

ASUS ZenWatch officially announced at IFA 2014

ASUS has officially announced its first wearable device powered by Google’s Android Wear – the ZenWatch.

According to ASUS, the ZenWatch is made from premium materials and features an exquisite design. It also sports a 2.5D curved glass, soft genuine stitched-leather strap, and quick-release clasp.

Author’s note: Updated with complete specs.

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ASUS ZenWatch specs:
1.63-inch (320 x 320) AMOLED display, 278ppi
2.5D curved Corning Gorilla Glass 3
1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 CPU
512MB RAM
4GB internal storage
9-axis sensor, Bio sensor
Bluetooth 4.0
Micro USB on charging cradle
Built-in microphone
Li-polymer 1.4Wh battery
IP55-certified
50.6 x 39.8 x 7.9-9.4mm
50g (Body) 25g (Strap)
Silver and rose-gold-colored layers
Brown leather strap

ASUS ZenWatch features:
* Customizable watch face
* ASUS ZenUI integration
* Watch Unlock / Tap Tap / Find My Phone
* Remote Camera / Cover to Mute
* Presentation Control
* Wellness Manager (monitor steps taken, calories burned, activity duration, heart rate, exercise intensity and relaxation level.)
* Powered by Android Wear

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The ASUS ZenWatch has a price tag of 199 Euros or almost Php11,500.

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4 Responses to “ASUS ZenWatch officially announced at IFA 2014”

  1. doclloyd says:

    Is it water proof?

  2. crysis says:

    question is… can it run Crysis?

  3. jarren says:

    android wear ay beta pa lang gaya ng unang nilabas ang android. panigurado ung processor niyan umiinit pag matagal ginagamit. waiting for a local brand hahaha

    • coowkeee says:

      lahat ng OEM at mataas ang processor ay laging nainit hanggang ngayon pero hindi madaling maluma gaya ng mga local na ginagamit mo. walang common sense lang ang magiisip na ang mataas ang processor ay hindi nainit. kung gagamit ka ng local brand kahit octa pa yan basta nsa 1.2ghz lang, mabagal pa dn kumpara sa mga orig na quadcore 2.3ghz,un nga lng hnd nga nainit, pero local pa rin.. -_-

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