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Asus teases smartwatch launch for September 3rd

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 19 Aug 2014 23:13

Asus teases smartwatch launch for September 3rd Asus has posted a teaser picture for their IFA event on September 3rd in which the company will reveal their rumored smartwatch.
The Android Wear-powered device is rumored to be priced at under $150, making it easily the cheapest of its kind in the market.

Although unconfirmed, the new Asus watch is expected to have specs on par to the LG G Watch and Gear Live, but that sadly includes the poor battery life of those devices, as well, which range from 1-2 days depending on use.

There is not much else known but the teaser seems to show a watch with a curved rectangular face, different than the boxy G Watch and the round Moto 360 watch.


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