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Topic # 151772 4-Sep-2014 15:55
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Just me or the ASUS ZenWatch looks so much better than the competition?




ASUS ZenWatch is the first wearable device from ASUS, powered by Android Wear and featuring a version of the ASUS ZenUI user interface developed specifically for ZenWatch. This exquisitely-crafted and slim device pairs seamlessly with a smartphone running Android 4.3 or higher to provide relevant and useful information when it is needed most, and also to serve as a personal wellness manager in conjunction with the ASUS ZenUI Wellness app.

ZenWatch brings the luxury tradition of fine watchmaking to Android Wear, with an elegant, detail-focused design and use of high-quality materials. It is designed for supreme comfort, with a soft genuine stitched-leather strap and quick-release clasp. The 2.5D curved glass increases usability with a smooth and responsive touch experience. ZenWatch comes with a selection of instantly-changeable software watch faces, allowing users to customize ZenWatch easily to match their style.

With a range of practical smart features, including Watch Unlock, Tap Tap, Remote Camera, Cover to Mute, Find My Phone and Presentation Control, ZenWatch is the perfect smart companion. Its seamless integration with ASUS ZenUI adds even more functionality for owners of ASUS smartphones, letting users enjoy enhanced versions of exclusive ASUS ZenUI apps such as What’s Next and Do It Later.

Thanks to its integrated 9-axis sensor, ZenWatch is also a fully-featured wellness manager. The companion ASUS ZenUI Wellness app lets users monitor and track a range of wellness statistics including steps taken, calories burned, activity duration, heart rate, exercise intensity and relaxation level. Users can set and monitor personal fitness goals with ease, and see their progress at a glance.




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  Reply # 1121959 4-Sep-2014 16:03
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Not just you. It actually looks like a nice watch.




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  Reply # 1121976 4-Sep-2014 16:20

Getting some serious Palm vibes from this one.

Prefer the round designs of the Moto 360 & G Watch R myself. This does look like a quality piece of kit, though!




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  Reply # 1121997 4-Sep-2014 16:46
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I like it a lot. I love the look of the Moto 360 as well, but can't help feeling a square screen is ultimately more practical.




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  Reply # 1122013 4-Sep-2014 17:08
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When they get to once a week charging, I'll be in. The Asus is very nice, I have to agree - way much more so than the just announced Sony Smartwatch 3 which looks decidedly ugly and bulky in comparison.

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