ASUS ZenWatch 2 Gunmetal Gray 41mm Smart Watch with HyperCharge Battery, 1.63-inch AMOLED Gorilla Glass 3 TouchScreen, 4GB Storage, IP67 Water Resistant
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- Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protects your ZenWatch 2 against the deep scratches that cause glass to break
- ASUS FaceDesigner enables you to Create the perfect watch face with style and functionality
- IP67 Water Resistance means your ZenWatch is shower safe and can be submerged up to 1-meter under-water
- ASUS HyperCharge Technology delivers lightning fast 60% charge in just 15-minutes
- Built-in Pedometer with precise step counting accuracy, activity tracker, and progress reports help you achieve your fitness goals.
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ASUS ZenWatch 2
- Wi-Fi + Bluetooth 4.1
- 2.5D curved Corning Gorilla Glass 3 AMOLED Touch Screen
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 400, 1.2GHz
- IP67 Water-Resistance
- 512MB RAM / 4GB Storage
- 400mAh Battery
- Interchangeable band
- Built-in Microphone
- Built-in Pedometer
- HyperCharge Technology
Time-Honored Craftsmanship, Infinite Styles
Now with QuickCharge technology.
ASUS ZenWatch 2 is equipped with a luxurious stainless-steel casing with an elegantly curved watch crystal. It offers both incredible style and endless utility when paired with your Android or iOS phone and brings sophisticated style and powerful functionality to any wrist.
HyperCharge : No hassle quick charging - just 15 minutes to a 60% charge from 0% battery level.
Also compatible with iOS 8.2+, Part of Google Android Wear 5.1.1 capability.
Supported features : Receiving notifications, Google Now cards, Voice queries (Google search), Limited voice actions, Answering and dismissing calls.
Note: Not all ASUS ZenWatch and Android Wear functions are supported on iOS, including ASUS apps, such as ZenWatch manager. Not supported: Third-party apps, Transferring music to ASUS ZenWatch, CloudSync, Wi-Fi.
What's new on the ASUS ZenWatch 2
HyperCharge : No-Hassle Fast Charging
Features magnetic connector snaps place automatically with ASUS-exclusive HyperCharge technology that provides industry-leading charge times – just 15 minutes to a 60% charge.
Note: Battery life may vary depending on usage type and conditions. The test result was determined by charging with ZenWatch 2 10W adapter or ASUS ZenPower Pro.
Smarter Gesture Motions
The latest software Android Wear with new gesture control motions such as:
Wrist gestures - Scroll through cards, open apps, return to the watch face, and more with simple, and intuitive wrist gestures.
Screen dimming gesture - Instantly turns into ambient mode for extra privacy and reduce battery drain by an intuitive gesture. To activate, simply lower your wrist to remove from the usual viewing orientation on ZenWatch 2.
Built-in speaker ( 1.63 inch WI501Q )
With the built-in speaker in ZenWatch 2, you can now make phone calls when connected to your smartphone via Bluetooth.
You can also set audible alarms, APP notification alerts, hear and speak voice messages on your ZenWatch 2.
Choose from a total of 50 official ASUS Watch Faces.
Its offerings range from the classic and sophisticated chronograph to modern digital flavors.
You can even create your own Watch face with ASUS FaceDesigner for unlimited customization.
Remotely Control Your Phone’s Camera
ASUS ZenWatch 2 offers a variety of camera control features that make capturing the perfect shot easier to achieve, including:
- Viewfinder preview.
- Gesture shutter (Twist device).
- Timer shutter.
- Photo shoot and Video recording.
- Review display (5 seconds) for last capture.
- Launch camera from your wearable (tap app icon or voice command).
Embrace Your Well-Being
ASUS ZenWatch 2 offers robust fitness tracking and health features in its Wellness Suite. Set fitness goals, track steps and calories, and measure your results.
You can also say 'Start workout' to launch workout coach on the watch. You can set time, period, distance, or expected burned calories as your goal. The watch will notify you when you reach goal.
Android Wear - by Google
Information When You Need it Most.
- Get all-day assistance from Google. Just Say 'OK Google'.
- Android Wear organizes your information, suggests what you need, and shows it to you before you even ask.
- Get messages from your friends, appointment notifications, and weather updates at a glance.
- Respond to texts, instant messages and emails by voice.
- Ask questions like 'Will it rain this weekend?' and get straight answers.
Smart Assistant - ASUS ZenWatch 2
Your own personal assistant for common business related tasks.
View your call log, check your agenda, and manage emails.
Cover to Mute
Tired of your phone ringing at the wrong moment?
Silence The World With A Wave Of Your Hand.
'Cover to Mute' lets you easily mute an incoming call by placing your hand over the face of the ASUS ZenWatch, helping you avoid situations where a ringtone would disturb others.
Find My Phone 2.0
If you misplace your phone, locate it quickly by ringing it remotely from ASUS ZenWatch 2.
Alternatively, if you misplace your watch, use ASUS ZenWacth Manager on your smartphone to make it vibrate and flash.
Forgot phone warning.
If you leave your phone behind, ASUS ZenWatch 2 will vibrate on your wrist as a reminder to bring it with you.
Unlock My Phone
Effortlessly keep your phone secure with ASUS ZenWatch.
When you wear your ZenWatch, you can set your phone to stay unlocked as long as it is near by.
When out of range, your phone remains passcode protected.
ASUS ZenWatch2 hypercharge, WI501Q-GM-GR-Q, Gunmetal Case, Grey Metal band, touch screen, 1.63" AMOLED (320*320, 278ppi) gorilla glass 3, Qualcomm Snapdragon 400, 1.2GHz, 512MB DDR2, 4GB EMMC, Android wear 5.1.1 (Compatible with Android 4.3+ or iOS 8.2+), 802.11 bgn, Bluetooth 4.1
Top customer reviews
Before I jump into the pros and cons, let's talk about the watch size. It's huge. It's ridiculously huge. I have normal lower arms and I think it looks silly, though most people I ask think it looks fine. Unless you are just a person with really big arms, it's going to take up the majority of your wrist width. See the pictures I've posted for a better idea. If you like big watches, this is heaven for you. I personally think the included band makes it look bigger because of the contrasting color, so I switched it with a matching silver Milanese loop band. It makes the watch look much nicer in my opinion. Also having it all one color seems to help with the size. The old version of this watch came in a smaller size, but it didn't include the speaker to make calls. To me, that completely negates why this watch is such a bargain. I can live with the size for the speaker.
Phone calls from the wrist - This isn't going to be for everyone, but very few watches currently have the capability to make and receive phone calls...especially at this price point. There are a ton of features on this watch and this is one of the most important. I certainly don't use it every day, but it's there when I need it. As a Realtor, I tend to walk around my house taking calls and texting. With this watch, I can leave my phone on the kitchen counter and never have to worry about missing a call. If I'm in a different room, I just answer from the watch. It beats sprinting to the kitchen.
Screen and screen size - Beautiful for a watch that's less than 140 bucks and runs the latest Android Wear. It's big enough to make the touch screen aspect easy to use.
Android Wear - I think this next Android Wear 2.0 update will finally put AW on the map, although it's good now. It's one of the reasons I'm thinking this will be my main watch for the rest of this year. Lots of app choices and I've always been an Android guy from the beginning. Google Voice is super useful on a wearable. Google maps shows up on the wrist. Google music. Alerts and agendas through Google. The Google Now cards (though they can be disabled). All the good parts of Android are on the watch
Build quality - Put a link or mesh band on this watch and it looks quite expensive. I like the silver casing as opposed to the plastic Pebble Time look. Looks more like a normal watch.
Battery Life - I haven't owned any other Android Wear watches, but everything I read says this is one of the best...and this new quick charge version is FAST to charge!
Wi-Fi capability - I have my settings to automatic and when my bluetooth range drops out, the watch and phone can communicate through wi-fi networks. Apparently, they don't even have to be on the same network. I haven't tested that out because there is never a time I would leave somewhere without my phone. I could see this being useful if you wanted to leave your phone in your locker at the gym and take the watch with you. As long as both are on the same network, they should not need to be in bluetooth range to communicate. I'll have to experiment some more with this option and update my review.
Google Fit - As Google Fit makes improvements, having an AW watch with Google Fit is going to be very useful. Nothing actually syncs with Google Fit like an AW watch, so this is your best bet if you want to be in the Google ecosystem for fitness. Yes, it lacks a heart rate monitor...but optical HR monitors are far from the most accurate for quick spikes during workouts. When that technology gets better, I'll buy in to a watch that has it. All the ones I've tried with it have been underwhelming. Other watches say they sync with Google Fit, but nothing is going to be as seamless unless it's running AW.
Watch Faces - Lots of options built in and on the Play Store. Can even download an app from Asus to make your own.
Bezel - Although not as big as some watches, it still contributes to making the watch unnecessarily huge. Attn: Smart watch makers, please get it together regarding the large bezels on your next generation of watches.
Bluetooth Range - This wasn't as great as I had hoped. I may lose connection at less than 20 ft with one wall. That doesn't happen with a bluetooth earpiece. Having the wi-fi option comes in handy to combat this issue.
Pedometer Feature - Horribly inaccurate compared to every other wearable I've tried. I've worn 4 wearables at the same time and most are very close. The Pebble Time was my most stingy step tracker, but I think it was the most accurate for not counting hand movements. Today, I wore the Pebble Time and the Zenwatch 2. It was a pretty inactive day. The Pebble Time counted 6,160 steps. The Zenwatch 2 read just over 3,700. That's a huge difference. I know my Pebble Time has been accurate through prior testing. I could not care less about step count, but the problem is the watch uses this data for other things that it syncs with Google Fit. I'm not sure what's going on, but I'm a little disappointed. It should not be difficult to get a functional pedometer into a $140 watch. Every other company has managed to do it. Maybe I got a lemon, but I've read about other experiences like mine with this watch.
Wellness App - Worse than the pedometer. I wish it could be uninstalled without rooting. This app doesn't even count your BMR (basal metabolic rate...or "inactive calories" in every other watch). If it does, I'm missing it. Terrible app that is pre-installed on the watch and can't be removed.
CONCLUSION: Despite a few quirks, you aren't currently going to find a more feature-rich Android Wear watch for the price. I would say it's not even close right now. Looks, build quality, battery life, typical AW features, and more for under $140. Its true competitors are mostly a hundred to two hundred dollars more. The Pebble Time is a great watch around this price range..and they do a lot of the same things. But if you want Android Wear, that big color screen, and the ability for phone calls...the Zenwatch 2 is your best bang for the buck so far in 2016.
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CON: I have worn this watch for five days. The screen is already riddled with scratches. Do not trust the Gorilla Glass 3. Get a screen protector. This is why I'm giving it four stars instead of five.
By far the best watch available for the money, but GET A SCREEN PROTECTOR!
Value for money: This all started because I broke my Nokia Lumia 920 and I decided that if Microsoft wasn't going to support the Windows Phone platform then why should I? I looked around for an unlocked phone since my carrier is T-Mobil and settled on a Huawei GX8 that I bought off Amazon for $250. This Zenwatch cost $139 and the Milanese magnetic bracelet cost $21. So for the combined cost of about $410 I have a gorgeous premium looking mobile and a beautifully finished smartwatch that works perfectly with it. Uhh, how much is an IWatch in stainless steel with a Milanese strap? Or how about a Huawei watch? I personally have no problem with the bezel. When I look at most of my 'dumb' watches they all have pretty thick bezels. I like the square shape because it's easier to read information. There's a reason screens are rectilinear. Circular screens are so 1935. The Zenwatch running Marshmallow is not really a watch. Sure it can simulate one because it's fun. But the reality is that it's a small chunk of your mobile strapped to your wrist and you can interact with it while covered in steak juice.