The Tag Heuer Connected is the first Android Wear smartwatch made by a Swiss watchmaker. With a big display, a stainless steel frame, and powerful guts inside, the Connected is the forefather to all the luxury wrist wearables that will inevitably follow it, and it’s a wonderful piece of wrist gear.
With rumors stretching back over a year, Tag Heuer finally showed off its $1,500 Tag Heuer Connected smartwatch, Android Wear’s answer to the high-end, gold-plated Apple Watch. It’s luxe. It’s Swiss. And it’s actually not a crazy idea.
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It looks like luxury watchmakers were waiting to see what Apple had planned before entering the smartwatch race. Less than a week after the company's Apple Watch announcement, Tag Heuer spoke with a local Swiss newspaper about its own smartwatch plans and how it will be nothing like Apple, Reuters reports.
Some people have more money than sense, and even then a damn site more of both than taste. For such individuals, Tag Heuer's new phone—the Racer—is just the handset to slip into their back pockets. They deserve it! No, really, they do.
Pay close attention to this video or you'll miss Tag Heuer's new Mikrotimer Flying 1000 in action. The new concept watch is the most accurate mechanical chronograph ever.
It may be the first watch to ever measure (and show) what 1/1000th of a second looks like, but your friends down the pub won't care for that. They'll just keep asking you to "make it fly again!"
Tag Heuer, best known for their fancy, manly watches, also makes fancy, manly eyewear, and the Squadra night vision glasses are their newest pair. They have titanium arms, high-contrast lenses, and make all the other spectacles nearby feel kinda wimpy.
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This Tag Heuer Bluetooth headset isn't quite as gorgeous as the company's watches, but it's still unlike anything else on the market.
Watchmaker Tag Heuer today announced its Vertu wannabe, the Meridiist. Like others in its class, its high price doesn't seem to justify the goods, unless you count a choice of crocodile, leather or rubber, a sapphire crystal main screen and a famous name. The specs are almost entirely unimpressive: 1.9" QVGA main…
The announcement earlier this week that Tag Heuer was designing a luxury cellphone didn't inspire shock as much as a raised eyebrow, but Biggs the watch fetishist over at Crunchgear dug through his old archives and found this rendering. Dated January 18, Dialaphone.uk found these renders of a possible Tag Heuer…
According to the folks at Electronista, fancy-pants watchmaker TAG Heuer will team up with the French designers at Modelabs to develop a new line of luxury cellphones. The news follows closely on the heels of other fashion icons like Armani and Prada entering the phone biz, but there is no word yet on how the Tag…
The Tag Heuer Monaco V4 is the ultimate time machine. And I don't mean that in a "it would let you open portals in the time-space continuum to discover a new dimension with an army of buxom ultra-vixens that will obey all your commands and conquer the galaxy for you" way (my idea of the ultimate time machine,…
It's Basel time in Switzerland where all the big watch wanks get together and rub each other's rose gold cases. Luckily, there are still some cool designs in the mix.
The Tag Heuer SLR and Carrera are two watches inspired by the lines of two well-known sports cars that we'll never own. Like those selfsame sports cars, these pricey timepieces are fast, expensive, and uber-sexy.