Nov 18, 2015 04:45 AM EST
The latest wearable device of Asus, Zenwatch 2 is about to hit the shores of Australia. The company's Facebook page is currently removing its original Zenwatch, and replacing it in the list with Zenwatch 2 makes it more probable that the device is about to be launched.
The technology company Asus is not only offering the standard Zenwatch 2 in Australia but also the smaller variants. The emergence of the other wearable device in the Australian tech market has just shown an opportunity for the company to join the race.
The company aims to provide the perfect fit for its consumers to get the availability of the device in different sizes. The device frame architecture is polished with a high-quality stainless steel that gives the device a classic look that is available in three different colors and supports both 1.63-inch and 1.45-inch screens. The Asus Zenwatch 2 almost possesses the traditional watch design down to its button with changeable straps that adapt in different occasions and get up. Its integration with the Android smartphone is also stressed out by the company.
The Zenwatch 2 has a multi-touch AMOLED screen protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 3 with a pixel density of 273 ppi for the 1.45 inch variant and 277 for the 1.63 design. It is also notable that the Zenwatch is iPhone compatible, making it a great choice for the Apple users to explore a different type of wearable device other than the Apple watch.
It has a starting price of USD $129 in the countries in which the ZenWatch 2 was offered first and expected that Australia will have the same retail price of the device. But given the customization and improvement of the device from its predecessor, it is more than enough to say that the device is a very good deal.
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