Asus ZenWatch shows up on Google Play Store but you can’t buy it yet

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The $199 Asus ZenWatch has turned up on the Google Play store, but currently only listed as coming soon!

Asus are about to step in to the Google Play store once again, but this time their chosen form isn’t a Nexus tablet, but an Android Wear watch. The Asus ZenWatch is the next Android Wear device which the Taiwanese tech maker hopes will be just what shoppers on a budget are looking for this Christmas.

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Specs for the watch include a 1.63-inch touch display, 512mb RAM and 5GB of internal memory. Like other Android Wear devices, the ZenWatch requires that you sync the device to an Android phone running Android 4.3 or higher.

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1 Comment

  1. Greg Zeng
    November 14, 2014

    I bought mine a year ago, as a two-piece China-brand, still selling as new. The two-piece allows the tiny unit to be moved from the wrist strap, quickly & easily.
    The small battery does not allow much use, but it’s okay as a quick emergency phone.