Apart from its modularity, the new digital module, which was engineered in conjunction with Intel, features Google’s new Android Wear 2.0 and TAG Heuer’s Companion app. This not only gives a better user interface but also allows an even higher level of customization. A broader selection of displays also entails, some of which replicate TAG Heuer’s classical designs that can be easily applied with a single swipe of the finger. Add to that a vast color spectrum, and you can now easily customize everything on the display, from the look of the metals on the indices down to the tips of the hands. Another plus for personalizing your timepiece.
As for connectivity, there’s options for Bluetooth, NFC, WiFi and GPS. The digital module is water-resistant to a depth of up to 50 meters and comes with 4GB of storage. It is equipped with the latest-generation lithium batteries that promises 29 hours of connectivity and style.
The TAG Heuer Connected Modular 45 comes with a price tag of $1,600, while the deluxe box set will come with a hefty price tag of $17,000.