At $1,500 USD, TAG Heuer‘s Connected smartwatch may be expensive, but it has arguably been Android Wear‘s flagship offering since the timepiece debuted back in 2015. With the debut of Android Wear 2.0, the Swiss manufacturer is back with a brand new wristwatch to take advantage of Google’s updated operating system. Dubbed the Connected Modular 45, the design goes in a completely new direction than its predecessor, opting for modular construction that allows for various straps and buckles to be swapped in and out for a customizable look. The 45mm design can even swap its case out for TAG’s non-smartwatch variety if the occasion calls for it. As far as specs go, the watch packs the likes of an Intel Z34XX processor and 1.39-inch AMOLED display along with 4GB of memory, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, NFC capabilities, GPS, an ambient light sensor, water resistance of up to 100 feet and 30 hours of battery life.
The Connected Modular 45 starts at $1,650 USD while the deluxe box set — which features titanium construction along with a COSC-certified chronograph Tourbillon Heuer-02T mechanical module, black rubber and brown leather straps, and a custom presentation case — goes for $17,000 USD. To discover all of the Connected Modular 45’s options, head on over to TAG’s website.