TAG Heuer plans first company smartwatch

TAG Heuer plans first company smartwatch

The famous Swiss maker of watches TAG Heuer has decided to enter the lucrative and dynamically-changing market of smartwatches by presenting its first such device at the upcoming CES 2015 exhibition.

The upcoming model will look like a classical watch and will sport an integrated fitness tracker that will count the steps you have made during your day, the calories burned and more. The device will rely on an Intel Quark processor with a single 32-bit x86 processing core with a single execution pipeline, 16 KB of L1 cache, 512 KB of L2 cache and an integrated DDR3 memory controller. The price of the device is unknown as of now.

Analysts expect the smartwatch market to sell more than 100 million units in the next five years but the average price per device will not fall below USD 200.

Source: HWP.ru

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