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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent all over

    Posted
    BarryB

    Among the few Android Wear watches currently available the ZenWatch stands out. It has the highest screen resolution at 320x320 pixels along with the Samsung Gear Live but a better charging dock than the Gear Live. No wireless charging as the Moto360 has unfortunately. The charging dock connects to the watch with contact pins and to the charger with a micro-USB connector so you can leave the dock always connected to the charger to save a daily step. The dock has a LED to indicate charging. It's my first smart watch so just a couple of comments on Android Wear. I found the voice commands error prone so generally I don't use it. Alternately, accessing the installed apps by the list method is a pain as it takes too many taps/swipes. On day one I installed an Android app launcher (Wear Mini Launcher) which saves the day. ASUS offers three ZenWatch-companion apps for additional features. The only one I installed is ASUS Remote Camera which uses the watch as a remote phone camera viewfinder and shutter release. There are other apps that do the same, still it's very cool. So, after 3 days of use here's my assessment: The design is very nice, not too nerdy. It looks like the recessed charging pins could accumulate dust over time but I would rather clean them than have a cover to remove every night. The Bluetooth connection with my Galaxy S3 phone range is about 20 feet so I don't have to keep the phone on my belt at home or office to keep the connection live. If I step out of range it reconnects when I'm back within range automatically. The build quality is excellent for the watch case, leather band and charging dock. By the end each the day the battery life has been about 15-20%. The watch has so many features that I want to use it often but need to back off if I want the battery to last until I get home from work. Of course for the battery to last more than one day would require an impracticably large watch so I think ASUS struck a good balance for size vs battery life. For daily wearability, I'm a man with small wrists and I find it comfortable enough. It feels just a little heavier than my normal steel case watch. The OLED display is always on and goes to dimmed mode after 3 seconds. Display visibility in sunlight is poor--no getting around that. There is no photocell to sense day or night to adjust the display brightness so to avoid having to adjust it when outside I keep it set for an indoor level to conserve battery life. Indoors the display is very good. To summarize, the functionality, style and engineering are all excellent. It exudes quality and thoughtful design and is at the same time one of the cheapest smart watches available. Great deal. It is one well-designed product.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great watch with room for improvement

    Posted
    giorf
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    I received my Zenwatch yesterday and the setup was very easy and straight forward. The Asus phone apps work seamlessly with the watch without hiccups (so far). I have to get used to the heart rate monitor. At the beginning it worked every 3 or 4 tries (holding 2 fingers - one on each side of the side bezel). I noticed that if my fingers are a little moist (yes, I licked my fingers......lol) it works right away. I compared the heart rate results with my Note 4, which according to some real test against a professional heart rate monitor showed that the Note 4 is pretty accurate. Zenwatch and Note 4 results are pretty close. One of the features I really like is that I don’t have to unlock my phone if watch and phone are close together. Or the one where I can mute my ringing phone by covering the watch face with my hand. Google Now (Ok Google) also works great. There are many more features and all are pretty useful I found. Time will tell…………. Now to the part I don’t particular like. You put the watch in a (rubbery) charging cradle and connect the USB cable on the side of the cradle. Since the leather band of the watch is like a loop (can’t lay it flat), you have to lay the watch on the side while the USB cable is pointing to the ceiling and then looping down to the outlet (see picture). Not very elegant I must say. They could have built a little stand with a build in USB receptacle so you just connect the cradle to it and attach the watch into the cradle. Oh well, nothing is perfect. But the watch looks great on my wrist………

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    WAY more useful than I'd imagined

    Posted
    jazaddict

    I got it with modest expectations...mostly to use at gigs for keeping track of set times and texting myself a setlist. Yep, worked fine for that..... What I DIDN'T expect was how handy it is for several things; I'm a Note3 user, and while I really like the screen size for reading, its quite the behemoth to wrangle in and out of the holder, or worse, my pocket. The ZenWatch relieves me of that hassle by about 80%...seriously. Notifications..... I use the phone a LOT, often the notifications of an email from work get lost in the cacaphony of my day. No more. The watch gives me a little bzzzt on my wrist. So far I ALWAYS notice that tactile reminder....plus, its very discreet. So I can quickly glance to see the subject, and with a tap read the body or just ignore until later. Perfect. So THEN .... its a swipe/tap to voice-respond. Same with texts. I LOVE that it shows me incoming PHONE calls with ID and the ability to answer or reject. Again....if the phone is quiet, the whole process of observing and deciding to answer or not can be done WITHOUT pulling the phone. So then if you choose to answer from the watch there's just enough delay to let you get the phone out of the holder/pocket/purse and proceed with jibber-jabbering. Also....no more sprinting across the room to tend to the ringing phone; just glance at the wrist, answer if you want, and walk to the phone. Very cool. The last thing that I LOVE is that the watch defaults to "Auto-send". Example: Text comes in, you choose to swipe and tap "reply" to speak your response. Poof! it auto-sends with no further action necessary on your part. Yes, you have the option to tap & re-speak in case it didn't capture your reply correctly, but you gotta be quick to tap cancel. This is the only thing that could use some tweaking by the Operating Sys developers. The time you have to "start" speaking is fine, but once you start speaking, you CANNOT pause or it starts to send. Again, if you werent done, or its wrong, you can tap & redo. But you GOTTA be quick. I find that I have to speak without pause, including punctuation. For example "Yes-I'll-get-the-bread-period-Do-we-need-milk-too-question-mark". If I paused after "period"...POOF, its into send-mode during which I can tap-cancel & re-enter....or just let it go & reply again w/ the milk question. I got used to that REALLY quick though, and I've actually come to love it. I thought these reviewers that reported compliments might have been exaggerating, but believe it or not, I too have gotten a handful of compliments on its look. This is no frivolous gadget, it really streamlines and increases phone related productivity & convenience. 3 thumbs up. ;)

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    ZenWatch Full Review

    Posted
    TheWatchmaker

    Spent the last few weeks looking and comparing other smart watches from videos,display models and even using some of my friends smart watches. I was looking for a watch that was classy,sleek and well built.With a very nice and bright screen and good life.The price had to be right. First up was the G watch R, Did not like how the screen was enclosed and looked like a “G” watch and the price was a little out of my range. Gear S 2 : loved the color (brown and gold) The screen was very nice. But the price was just a little to much. Moto 360 : Friend let me try it for a day. Little laggy and the watch band gets cracked and warped over time but still a decent price range and nice watch. Pebble and pebble steel : Had the first one but left me feeling empty. ZenWatch : Design : I really like the design of the body, curved and sleek, at first I thought the inner rose gold color was weird but now, really adds to its elegance. It has a big screen which looks beautiful and bright especially with its plethora of faces on the app store. The leather band is simple and beautifully stitched. The clasp adds to the premium feel of the watch. Software : Running Android Wear, which is quick,crisp and I have not experienced any problems so far. Hardware: Lightning fast, lightweight and never gets hot.I can see it getting 2 days of battery life,depending on your brightness setting, but I do charge it every night. Functionality : Love that it makes your phone ring if you can't find it. Unlocks your phone when it is near. I can control my music when I am driving, It displays navigation smoothly. Watch vibrates when your alarm rings (not recommended for all, might throw your watch across the room). Reply to texts and fb messages easily, easy to email. Pros : Price. Design.Build Quality.Battery.Clasp.Screen. Cons : Heart rate monitor is wonky at best. Other thoughts : The color of the band grew on me, the clasp does stick out somewhat, which some people might not like but I do not mind. Hoping Asus releases some accessories like a watch stand for charging, more style of bands. Things that I noticed is re-syncing every time you add a new contact in your phone. Verdict -Get It Now! ----- The Smart Watch market is still new and some people still want to wait,but for 200$ The ZenWatch definitely delivers. I use it daily, and it serves me well. Looking forward to seeing what app developers and Asus does next.----

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great intro to Google Wear

    Posted
    GreatLookingWatch
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    I will start out by first stating that this is my first Google wear device. That said, my 5 star rating is based on what can be expected of Google wear at this time, not necessarily what it should be. What I mean by that is, I would prefer to have a week of battery life, but I knew going in that battery life today is only about a day in these devices so I won't dock any stars for that. Having owned the watch for a few days now, the battery life seems to be about a day. To be clear, I mean a full 24 hours, not work day as we commonly refer to our android phones. I am told that by disabling the "unlock phone" feature, battery life is extended but I have not tried this. I was a little on the fence about getting a Google wear device at first. I wasn't sure if the benefits outweighed the cost. That said, I've found simply being able to see notifications without pulling out your phone can be very handy, especially at times when checking your phone would be inappropriate. Basically, its much easier to see if there is an emergency. I haven't spent much time working with the voice activated features but so far the voice recognition works about as well as it does on your android phone, but is a little more difficult to correct mistakes. I was also a little worried that the watch would be too big or draw negative attention. After wearing the watch for a few days, I have not found it to be too big or a nuisance. Yeah, if there was an option with a smaller bezel and overall device I would opt for that but I am happy with the current size. Lastly, I'll address the lack of a hear rate sensor that is always measuring your heart rate. At first I had thought this would bother me but so far I have never found myself wishing I could see my heart rate right away, rather than the few seconds the Zenwatch takes to detect it via contact with your fingers. All in all, I am happy with this purchase. As some reviews have stated, Google has not allowed device manufacturers to modify the Google Wear software the way they have with phones so that leaves the manufactures to compete with looks and hardware. The Zenwatch's insides are on par with the other high end watches on the market (aside from the active heart rate monitor and IP67 rating) but in my opinion is ahead in style and is $50 to $100 cheaper.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    On Par With The Apple Watch (however more usefull)

    Posted
    D2TechWriter

    I usually don't write reviews however I was truly impressed by the ASUS Zen Watch. After using the ASUS Zen watch for a few days I have been surprised that this smartwatch hasn't received more attention. Using the Google Android Wear software program you can customize your android version 4.1 (confirm version prior to purchase) or later to make the Zen watch a perfect companion with your android device. I would like to say that this watch is not an Apple Watch killer as is touted so often in the bi-polar android vs apple world. First the Zen was released prior to the apple watch (I also love apple products too) and is dedicated to compliment android based phone owners. Now for the Zen watch critiques. The watch is aesthetically well designed and looks good with a suit or casual attire for both a man or woman. The leather ban and clasp are very comfortable and the 22mm band size allow for the purchase of any after market 22mm bands of your choice. There are over 4000 android wear apps that allow you to customize everything from the watch face to have the same bubble based style iOS found on the apple watch. The battery last full day with heavy use and because its a phone companion (which most people charge nightly) charging the zen at night is not that impractical of a requirement. The best thing about the zen is that it syncs and almost morphs with your phone and things like car navigation, messages, reminders and alarms seem to seamlessly blend in the way yarn tied around the finger. One important note that differs from the apple watch and this is that you can not answer your phone directly from the watch and it does not have a built in camera, which if you have your phone on you with 2 cameras do you really need another on your watch that makes it more bulky? Finally the price (on sale) of USD $129 puts the ASUS zen watch over the top as far as design (with gorilla glass 3) and the brilliant screen and wealth of android apps to include Google speak and GPS. The Zen comes with 4GB of on board memory and a quad core processor that is on par with many current tablets. I highly recommend the watch and I am also a verified purchaser of the product. Last note there is an ASUS Zen watch 2 that is scheduled to be released in September of 2015 with a crown control and upgraded battery charger.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Very nice looking Android Wear watch.

    Posted
    RojasTKD
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    All current Android Wear function nearly identical, what sets the Asus ZenWatch apart from the other Android Wear crown is it's looks and lower price. I'm my opinion the ZenWatch is the best looking watch of the bunch. Yes the roundness the the Moto 360 is nice, but it very thick while to ZenWatch is svelte by comparison. The ZenWatch has the more expensive Moto 360 beat in: 1. Processor 2. AMOLED screen (with Gorilla Glass 3) 3. Battery life The batter life of the ZenWatch last me through a day easily, and I could probably make it into the next day if needed. I owned a Samsung Gear Live and the Zenwatch is not only much better looking it battery last longer as well. The Gear Live charging clip broke, apparently a common problem, but worse of all is one of the aluminum arms that hold the spring pins in place broke and now I can't wear it any more. The stainless steal body of the ZenWatch is much superior. Despite the ZenWatch only having an IP rating of 55, I think it the best Smartwatch (Android Wear) for a more elegant dressed up look. I don't plan on going swimming with it or a raging sand storm. It more than rugged enough for day to day wear (and not break as easily as the IP67 rated Gear Live). For fitness enthusiast I recommend the Sony Smartwatch 3. It IP68 rating is the best so far and it's rubber wrist band (stainless steal will soon be an option) is perfect for working out. It is also the only Android Wear watch to include a built in GPS at the time of this review (also has NFC for easy pairing and built in WiFi for future implementation).

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent choice

    Posted
    EdClevelander

    I've been a Pebble user for the last year and I really liked it. It does what I wanted it to do very well - mainly send notifications. But the design of the Pebble is just a bit cheap and geeky. I have been looking forward to getting the Zenwatch ever since it was announced. I received it yesterday and I love it. The design is really beautiful. It's not bulky and is very comfortable on my wrist. The software is very good, but I downloaded some much needed apps - Evernote for Wear, a calendar app, and a good calculator. I also downloaded an app launcher because it takes too many swipes to get to the Start launcher. I was really interested in the Moto 360, but after really looking at it, it's kind of bulky looking and sticks up off your wrist a bit too much for my taste. It seems like it would bang on things. The Zenwatch seems to sit much nicer on the wrist. I also decided to go with a square screen because the majority of apps are going to be optimized for square screens and the Zenwatch is the nicest looking square screen watch in my view. A couple of minor beefs: I'd be a little happier if the vibrate on the watch was a bit stronger. It's a bit too subtle for me and I wonder if I'll miss some messages if I'm in the middle of doing something. The Pebble had a nice strong vibrate. And the voice recognition is good, but it's kind of slow. I'm also waiting for some great chronograph-like watch faces. I'm sure they'll come in time. Overall, I'm very happy with this beautiful smartwatch. Asus has done an excellent job with it. And it's less expensive than the Moto 360, LG G Watch R, and some others. One weird ordering thing: When I ordered it (11/13#, Best Buy kept pushing out the shipping/arrival date - all the way out to the middle of December. Then yesterday #11/17) I got a message that it had shipped. When I got home from work it was already sitting on my front step. Something is a bit buggy with their ordering/shipping system.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    ASUS did a really good job on ZenWatch.

    Posted
    Douglas

    First, I have to say ASUS ZenWatch is the most beautiful watch with premium and fashion that I’ve seen among current Android Wear watches. ASUS ZenWatch has stainless steel body, with a slightly curved screen that adds to the jewelry aesthetic. The rose gold colored stitched leather looks great, and feels good on my wrist. And you can swap the ZenWatch's band with any standard (22 mm) strap. After few days with my ZenWatch, I will recommend it to my friends. The battery life dropped around 2%~3% per hour with very light use, and around 3%~5% per hour with normal use. The always-on display is really convenient for me to know the time and date. In addition, I can know my step counting easier, and if I want to check my pulse, just put my two fingers on either side of the watch’s front. I’m also download the ZenWatch manager app to help me unlock my phone without password and find my watch if I lose it. Two minor feedback to ASUS. ZenWatch has a lower water resistance compared with other Android Wear watches. But IP55 can protect splashes and rain shower, maybe it is good enough for everyone. And ASUS should offer different color leather bands for choice.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Nice looking smart watch

    Posted
    Mnstr3d

    First , I really love this watch. It looks great and most android watches have the same basic functions, so you may as well get a classy looking watch. One of the reviews was right. It was difficult to get it to update the watch faces, but just let the watch update the software and that will fix that issue. As a note, load the two programs (android wear and the Zen watch manager) that it mentions in the start up manual first, and you are ready to start adding functions to the smart watch. It is easy to learn to use and so far it has no glitches in the operating system. It only cost $199.99, which I feel is a perfect price for what it is. Actually, for the look and functionality of the watch $250.00 would be fine. You can tell it is well crafted and really looks great. I would definitely purchase this again. Except for a $350 LG Urbane watch , that has everything in terms of options, this would definitely be my first option. But, I did not want to spend that much for a watch I intend to wear daily. The Moto 360 would be my second choice. They both have the same basic specs (processor, ram, and operating system). At $199.00, I do not know what comes close to it in it's price range.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Way more useful than I had imagined...

    Posted
    Nate
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    I got this because I'm a nerd... I had no practical reasons other than I like geeky tech stuff, but it's turned out to be way more handy (no pun intended) than I though it would be. It's beautiful... by far the best looking wearable out right now. It functions really well, and I've found I probably have to take my phone out of my pocket 40% less throughout the day. I love the ability to read/write texts without having to pull out my phone. I've found the voice recognition to be pretty stellar. Every update of Android Wear OS brings refinements and new features that I'm loving. The heart rate monitor leaves something be desired, but I never use it. It's a gimmick more than anything. The remote camera feature is really cool... though I'm still trying to find a legit use for it other than showing off to friends. All-in-all, I'm really happy with the purchase. I have a co-worker that has the Moto360 and I'm pretty sure he's a bit jelly of my ZenWatch! This whole wearable craze is still in its infancy, so I'm excited to see what else they bring to the table in the near future. Love it!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    I love this smartwatch!

    Posted
    mhajii210
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    I was VERY skeptical and I truly expected this watch to have major shortcomings. My biggest concern was battery life. I have read reviews in other sites, but I have no battery problems whatsoever. I usually have 40-50% battery life before I plug it into the charger. I have downloaded a few Android Wear apps that have fixed Wear issues (how to keep an app open on my watch when the phone's display goes to sleep as an example). This watch is amazing and I have received many compliments and iPhone users asking me about it. Their response is usually "I'll wait for an iWatch", but they have no clue that you can customize this watch and download apps that will provide even more functionality! You really cannot beat this watch when it comes to price, looks, and build quality. You will definitely not be disappointed if you decide to purchase this amazing smartwatch. I strongly feel that it looks even better in person.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Best choice for price vs. performance

    Posted
    banjo
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    looked at the Moto + Pebble (tried one) + Asus... Moto battery life was a deal-breaker plus Moto appearance too "young" for an old geezer like me. i really wanted to like the Pebble/Steel due to appearance + battery life + full text notifications but kept pulling hairs off my arm trying to work the buttons and just didn't have the "wow" factor i like on a technology purchase - going from touchscreen to pushbutton just didn't feel right after using it for a day. ZenWatch won the day with good battery life + "sizzle" with color screen + price + conservative (very nice) appearance. setting up the android wear takes a learning curve but that's OK considering how new the smartwatch system is at the moment. overall a good purchase and will hold me over for a couple years until the market and hardware has a chance to go through a couple of iterations.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Elegant smartwatch with a great screen

    Posted
    Gadgetlover
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    As my name indicates, I love my gadgets, and have too many in my electronic toy box. This Asus smartwatch is elegant, looks "non-nerdy" on the wrist, has been stable/reliable, and the screen is very readable even outdoors. I have other Android Wear watches as well. This Asus watch is my favorite. I find the screen to be very sharp, the watch is very comfortable to wear all day, battery lasts all day for my needs, and the connection with my Android phone has been rock solid. I use the watch daily to track the actual arrival times of the plethora of.buses I use. There is no app available yet for tracking the bus arrival times; however, the WIB (Wear Internet Browser) does a fantastic job of.tracking the arrival times, better than many transit tracking apps I have used on the phone. IMO, The Asus ZEN smartwatch is the best of the initial Android Wear watches. I prefer it (YMMV) to the 360 which I also have.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great watch!

    Posted
    Amym
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    After trying the Pebble, Striiv, and Samsung watch, I finally settled on the ZenWatch. I love that it's got all the functionality I'm looking for in a smart watch with the look and feel of a regular watch. The ability to change the watchband is huge for me since I have tiny wrists (the Samsung Gear is wider than my wrist by almost half an inch). The heart rate monitor is definitely off sync (172 bpm resting...not so much), and the pedometer could use a little fine tuning, but the other available apps (messages, maps, and a flashlight!) are awesome. I think the biggest perk is when people see me looking at it and they ask if it's an iWatch. I get to watch their eyes light up as tell them no and give them the rundown of what it does for Android. ^_^

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Value Smartwatch

    Posted
    Fattony86
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    This looks decently dressy for a smartwatch. It also has enough battery to last a whole day worry free. The snapdragon 400 cpu is still current on newer android smartwatches that cost more. The wristband is surprisingly comfortable as well. I got mine on sale at $129.99 which made it an unbeatable value. I think it looks better than the moto 360, the wristband is better, the battery life is twice as long and the imbedded cpu is much better. No imbedded GPS or WiFi but these things depend on your smartphone for information anyways. Heartrate monitor is on the front bezel so no constant monitoring when working out or in your sleep. Then again it doesn't look like a workout watch and I prefer taking it off to charge at night. Some people confuse it at first glance with the Apple watch, yet it's 1/3rd the price of the Apple watch sport. A great first smartwatch.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Works well and stylish

    Posted
    Roscoe
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    I reviewed allot f the Android watches. Really what was it going to be for and why should I have one were my questions. With Best Buy 15 day policy I wanted to give one a try. This ASUS model is perfect for me. I like its rugged steel frame construction. All the Apps are fine just the same on any other Android Watch. I get my text, email and calendar reminder notices and google maps when driving notices, plus it does useful things I did not expect... The Fitness tracker works the same as compared to my wife's fit bit type band. counts the same steps..etc.. Really you do not need to wear these while you sleep .. allot of hype in that area. This is very stylish business looking watch and still does al the other APP stuff. And again I say is built rugged. Not cheap plastic. I may just go buy another since now Best Buy is dropping the price.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great value and style

    Posted
    WebGuyMike
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    This smart watch is a standard Android Wear watch, as far as functionality goes. Once you've seen one, you've seen them all. However, where this watch differentiates itself is in its style. With its square-ish body, slightly curved face and elegant band, the Asus ZenWatch instantly makes a bold statement and is a pleasure to wear. It doesn't make you look like a super-geek or a pretentious fool. The stock band is made of high quality leather and the clasp is easy to use and doesn't come undone accidentally. You can swap out the band with any 22mm band you can find online or in your local jewelry stores. This makes the watch extremely versatile. Battery life is excellent. I usually have 20%+ left by bedtime and I use the watch frequently throughout the day. I'd highly recommend it to anyone using an Android phone.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    My First Wearable-Watch

    Posted
    dopolo

    Well, as tile, it is my first wearable watch Before purchasing it, my friend who was in IFA just told me that ZenWatch is very different in terms of ID. Not like others, it is metal-housing with 100% leather Strap, very elegant!! Much different from other brand’s rubber ones or plastic-style It was proved at the moment I open the box. Really good-looking; that’s amazing!!! I do think it can fit both business & casual style. I guess Asus really invests a lot resource to study "taste"; even deco with handmade stitch on strap. No mention the curve-glass design just like a real watch but a 3C product… Anyhow, guys, try to get one before your friend already wear

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    mywatchreview1

    Posted
    Botherprintreview1
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    I have been learning to love this watch. I had a Samsung Gear 2 that I loved dearly and going to this watch was an adjustment. This watch is a lot better in many ways and though I miss some features I have been impressed with the watch over all. The alerts are amazing! They are easy to setup, in fact pretty much effort less. Though I miss being able to take calls on my watch I can answer them and I can reply to texts, hangouts, IMs right from the watch with voice recognition. I can practice my Spanish with the duo-lingo apps flash cards on the watch. I even found out today that I can shop on amazon from the watch by doing it! It's just so well... Zen. It flows. The battery is the hardest thing as it only lasts about 24 hours but it charges pretty quickly.

    I would recommend this to a friend