TAG Heuer officially unveils its Connected smartwatch

TAG Heuer has officially unveiled the Connected, it's first Android Wear-powered smartwatch. The watch was developed in partnership between Intel and Google, and is constructed out of titanium.

Based off of the Carrera Calibre design, the Connected has a 46mm face with a sapphire crystal touchscreen. It also features an IP67 water resistance rating. Customers will be able to choose from seven colorful textured rubber watch straps. However, if you want to shop online, you'll only be able to purchase the black strap. The blue, red, white, yellow, green, and orange straps are only available in stores.

As previously announced, the Connected doesn't support health tracking functions. However, it is powered by Android Wear, allowing users to access the multitude of apps available for the platform. Users can change their watch faces easily, as well.

The TAG Heuer Connected will go on sale in Europe on November 12, and the company is offering the watch in the US starting at noon on November 9. The Connected retails for $1,500.

Source: Google, TAG Heuer