This new smart clock costs 10 more than most similar products, making it clear that technology and technology are difficult to manage together
Update Google For its dedicated watch system, it has made the creation of such a device more accessible than ever before, and has opened the window for fashion companies to join the technological celebration. The result is a wide variety of models in a wide range of prices and designs, Capabilities are very similar below the surface. So where does the border between the explained and exaggerated go? In the meantime there seems to be no answer, and there are actresses who continue to stretch the rope more and more.
We've already had the opportunity to meet smart watches at the price of 1,000 dollars, at the price of 1,200 dollars and at a price of just over 1,500 dollars, but what about the (initial) cost of 2,490 dollars per clock Android Wear 2.0 - Well, it's time to get acquainted with Louis Vuitton's Tambour Horizon, one of the most prestigious and well-known brands in the globe, designed for all those for whom money has never been an obstacle or a limit.
For a price of about NIS 9,000 (excluding taxes), you will receive, in addition to Google's operating system, a 1.2-inch AMOLED screen with a resolution of 390 × 390 pixels, chip Snapdragon Wear 2100 quad core cores, dynamic memory of 512 megabytes, volume storage Built-in 4GB and 300mAh battery for up to two days of work between charges - or in other words similar to smartwatches that can also be purchased at a cost of $ 300 or $ 250 today.
The luxury of LV comes mainly within the company's unique Watchface designs, and a pair Apps Suitable for rich people who like to travel around the world - one for private management and flight times and the other for interesting details about places of entertainment and commerce in the city where you are. Beyond that the company plans to offer the Tambour Horizon in three different shades (one of which will carry an even higher price tag of $ 2,950) and with 60 interchangeable and adjustable straps, 30 of which are suitable for men and 30 more women, all at an additional cost beyond the official price tag of course.
With close to nine million views to the announcement video of the new watch on the official page of the French company inYouTube And another three million views for another short video, it is clear that there is no small interest in Tambour Horizon despite (or maybe even because of) the price - even if it probably sounds completely ridiculous to hardware and technology enthusiasts, who mostly focus on cost and benefit rather than extras. .
So is the future of the wearable computer world a synergy between functional and inexpensive products as much as possible for ultra-premium products at imaginary prices, doing roughly the same but talking to a completely different audience? You are welcome to tell us what you think about the comments.