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Asus launches its first wearable device, the Android Wear-powered “ZenWatch”

Asus Makes Its Zenwatch Android Wear Smartwatch Official !!



Asus has uncovered its first Android Wear smartwatch, as it was initially reported that it would back at Google I/O in June. The Asus Zenwatch offers a marginally distinctive  configuration of an Android Wearable, and gimmicks some preloaded software and gesture controls that set it separated from comparative gadgets like the ‘LG G Watch’ and ‘Samsung Gear Live’.

The Zenwatch characteristics a sandwich-like configuration with a rose gold-hued center layer and stainless steel top and lowest part, with a brushed surface around the face. It has a 1.63-inch 320×320 AMOLED display with a slight bend to its surface, and a 1.2ghz Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor, and also 512mb or RAM and Bluetooth 4.0. There’s a heart rate sensor on the underside, and it utilizes standard client replaceable 22mm watchbands. Ip55 water and dust-sealing ought to help it fight off incidental sprinkles and downpour of water, and it has a 9-axis sensor for following action and movement.


It additionally incorporates various motion control and preloaded softwares, which makes it extraordinary among Android Wear gadgets so far. These peculiarities incorporate an approach to open your mobile or tablet by tapping the substance of the Zenwatch, auto-opening a capacity you set with a twofold tap, covering the watch to quiet and mobile discovering, remote camera
operation and slide deck control applications. The greater part of the above oblige that you introduce a different, Asus-made watch director application for Android Wear on your friendly gadget for work.

Asus’ estimating is the one piece of the Zenwatch declaration that doesn’t fit with what was heard back in June – it should retail for €199, or around $260 when it arrives later not long from now, which is more than Android Wear smartwatches right now on offer.

If you are looking for an economy smartwatch, we reviewed the Huawei Honor Band 3 recently and you may consider it.


Written by Suryanarayana Murthy

Computer Grad. Web Nerd. Tech Enthusiast. I run this blog ?

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