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Tag Heuer Unveils $1,500 Luxury Android Smartwatch
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User Rank: Ninja
11/24/2015 | 6:00:26 PM
premium for a watch that looks like a watch
Well the look of the watch is far more inline with regular luxury analog watches as opposed to the clunky look of the Iwatch. For those that didn't want to get a fitness band because it looked like a fitness band, it does relieve that particular pain point. I might be willing to pay a bit of a premium for a smartwatch that still looks like a watch instead of a mini phone strapped to my wrist. not $1,500, but I'm not their target market either.
User Rank: Apprentice
11/11/2015 | 4:09:52 AM
Smartwatches without use cases
I wonder what these smart watches can actually do for the user apart from flaunting them. Currently these devices do not seems to solve any pain paints.

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