The Jakarta Post
A look at TAG Heuer Connected Modular 41 on a female wrist. (JP/File)
Swiss watch brand TAG Heuer expanded its connected watch collection with the launch of Connected Modular 41, following the previously launched Connected Modular 45.
Amelia Sillard, vice president of TAG Heuer Southeast Asia, said to The Jakarta Post the new 41-millimeter diameter connected watch had the same functionality as its 45mm version, and it had been developed with Google and Intel. She went on to say that the slightly smaller diameter fits smaller wrists, hence their female clientele.
Highly appealing to tech-savvy as well as style connoisseurs, TAG Heuer Connected Modular 41 also features a number of improvements made to the 45mm version: its AMOLED 390 by 390 screen offers a resolution of 326 pixels per inch (PPI) and improved brightness (maximum 350 nits). Its storage capacity has also been increased to 8 gigabytes (GB), and its RAM to 1 GB.
TAG Heuer Connected Modular 41 with pink strap. (JP/File)
Meanwhile, the ingenious modular concept of the watch enables customization of its strap and lugs, with nine different straps available. The connected [watch] module can be replaced with a Calibre 5 three-hand mechanical [watch] module.
TAG Heuer Connected Modular 41 features modular concept to fit every mood and outfit. (JP/File)
Running on the Android Wear operating system, the TAG Heuer Connected 41 and 45 are compatible with Android 4.4 phones and iOS 9 or later. This connectivity enables the user to receive important notifications straight to his or her wrist, reply to messages and even track the progress of vehicle orders using popular ride-hailing apps.
A look at TAG Heuer Connected Modular 41 on a male wrist. (JP/File)
Another exciting part about wearing this connected watch is the TAG Heuer Studio feature, which can be used to customize TAG Heuer dials with just a few swipes and clicks. Together with its modular concept, TAG Heuer Connected Modular 41 is able to fit every mood and outfit.