People with smaller wrists may have observed that most of the connected smartwatches out in the market are kind of large. For example, the Connected Modular 45 of Tag Heuer was a lovely device with a case diameter of 45mm, perfect for bigger wrists but a bit lousy for everyone else. The firm has now decided to support the people with smaller wrists with a new Connected Modular 41, a watch with a diameter of 41mm for those people with more diminutive extremities.
However, it is not just size that matters, here, either. The company worked with Google and Intel in order to produce an improved smartwatch, which features a brighter screen that displays a resolution of 390 X 390, giving the users 326 pixels per inch. The memory capacity is also enhanced with a storage of 8 GB and a RAM of 1 GB included. Just like the Apple Watch, The new 41mm model of Tag Heuer has nine different straps to connect the device to the arm of the user; people can even connect the Calibre 5 mechanical watch of the company to the bands if they like. The new smartwatch is said to be water resistant up to 50 meters and has NFC (for Android Pay) and GPS connectivity. Users can connect it to phones that are running iOS 9 or Android 4.4 and up. The new model of Tag Huer is set to retail starting at a price of $1,200.00.