The new ZenWatch 3 looks great and comes with Technology Which is supposed to provide you with a day's work in just fifteen minutes
As the early reports predicted, Asus took advantage of the stage at the exhibition IFA To launch its new smart clock - ZenWatch 3.
The new clock waives the rectangular screen and adopts the round that quickly becomes the most common standard in the field (especially if we ignore the Apple Watch), with an impressive 1.39-inch super AMOLED screen and 400 × 400 resolution that provides a display density of about 287ppi convex. Inside you will find the chip The new Snapdragon Wear 2100 is a four-core Cortex-A7 processor core and built-in Adreno 304 core, plus 512 megabytes of RAM, built-in 4 GB system storage Android Updated Wear 2.0 and 341mAh battery.
The ZenWatch 3 is made of a rigid 316L stainless steel shell that will be suitable for all standard 18 millimeters and includes IP67 water and dust protection, which should ensure its integrity even when immersed in fresh water up to 1 meter Half an hour.
The battery built into the new clock should provide two days of average work that is not in any big line - but a new technology called HyperCharge, which is supposed to provide about 60 of battery charge inside (using a convenient magnetic plug connector) in just 15 minutes, effectively giving the user more than a day's work Whole, sounds like the winning feature of the product. There are even battery Externally that can be connected to a clock that adds an 200mAh capacity, or a working day value, if you do not have time to find a socket and charge at that very moment.
Batteries of Smart Watches But in the event that Assos can live up to the promise of hours of work with a few minutes of charging - this could be the next critical step in making the category products practical and relevant for the mainstream. We'll hold fingers for her (and for us).
The ZenWatch 3 will come to the stores before the end of the 2016 with a black, silver or gilded pink, with a fairly reasonable price tag of 230 (including taxes) across Europe making it a pretty interesting choice for those who are just getting into the trend - You will not disappoint. Worth the money, or is it still not ripe for you? Share us!