The TAG Heuer Connected Caliber E4 smartwatch line was released last year, and now the company is introducing three new members to the line. As one would expect, all of these are very expensive, the 42mm option is the cheapest at $2, 45.
42 mm smaller compared to the original, it features a 1.23 inch display and a virtually wireless glass protected by a sapphire dome border panel. It’s still OLED though, with a resolution of 350 x 350px.
The body features a black-coated grade 2 titanium chassis and is the company’s lightest smartwatch.
mm Golf Edition, on the other hand, has the same body but is also more expensive at $2, 416, as it comes with three TAG Heuer golf balls and two pairs of watch straps. One in black leather with green stitching and a white rubber strap.
In addition, the watch “supports” 39, golf courses around the world, automatically tracked without any manual input. This watch keeps track of your score, the golf clubs you use, and your position on the golf course.
Caliber E4 Sport is the most expensive of the bunch at $2, 600, But it’s also one of the biggest. It comes in a 42mm form factor, like the current Connected Caliber E4 model, with a ceramic bezel around the 1. 39 – inches 350 x 500 px OLED display and breathable rubber strap for sports.
On the software side, the Sport offers off-road and hiking functions that utilize the watch’s barometer to assess one’s performance.
TAG Heuer will launch all three models later this month and promises to update them to Wear OS 3 once Google starts seeding the new software.