A luxury timepiece designed for those with smaller wrists, the Tag Heuer Connected Modular 41

 

The Connected Modular 41 is a variant of Tag Heuer’s luxury timepiece from the previous year that is both smaller and more powerful than its predecessor.

The diameter of the new watch is 41 millimeters, which is smaller than the Connected Modular 45’s measurement of 45 millimeters. Because of this, it is recommended for use by individuals who have wrists that are not as large. The second improvement to the design relates to the screen in some way. The maximum brightness of the AMOLED panel with a resolution of 390 by 390 and 326 pixels per inch (ppi) has been increased to 350 nits.

The Android Wear clock, just like its predecessor, offers a great deal of personalization options. In point of fact, you can choose from a wide variety of alternative configurations by mixing pieces that are interchangeable. When you want to experiment with different configurations, you may even replace the connected module with a mechanical one by removing it first. In addition to them, you can choose from one of seven different bases and a number of different straps.

The Swiss-made watch, which is still being developed in conjunction with Intel and Google, possesses a significant amount of intelligence under the hood. The connected module has a lithium battery that can provide full power for more than 24 hours, an Intel CPU, increased storage memory (8GB of storage memory and 1GB of RAM), and an additional 8GB of storage memory. The new smartwatch is also water resistant to a depth of fifty meters and comes equipped with GPS as well as an NFC sensor for making contactless payments via Android Pay.

The Connected Modular 41 has all of the same features as its larger sibling. Even though it costs only $1,200, this clock is nevertheless considered quite expensive. It is undoubtedly an option for people with substantial financial resources.

 

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