This week, TAG Heuer, Intel Corporation and Google unveiled a connected watch, designed by Luxury Swiss watchmaker TAG Heuer.
The smartwatch, we’re told, is engineered with Intel technology and benefits from “everything the Android Wear universe has to offer.”
It will retail for $1,500.
The TAG Heuer Connected Watch with Intel Inside was revealed at a press conference at the symbolic LVMH Tower hosted by Jean-Claude Biver, CEO of TAG Heuer & President of the LVMH Group’s Watches Division, accompanied by Brian Krzanich, CEO of Intel Corporation, and David Singleton, VP of Engineering for Android at Google.
“We are incredibly proud to be unveiling the first connected watch, which brings more than 150 years of history firmly into the future,” Biver says. “The TAG Heuer Connected watch gives you the means not only to connect to the future, but also to connect to eternity.”