Asus ZenWatch 2 (Wi500Q) Review

Design90
Performance95
Features85
User Interface85
Battery80
Value For Money80
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Asus is well known for making products in every area of Information Technology which includes PC components, notebooks, tablets, servers and even smartphones too.  They have launched ZenWatch 2 Wi500Q. It has a lot of features giving a good competition to the other products of the same price range. Let’s have a look into the features it.

 


Design and Built

The ASUS ZenWatch is the first ASUS wearable gadget controlled by Android Wear and created in association with Google. The ASUS ZenWatch’s bended case gives expanded solace and a sleek look. The watch face is secured with a layer of bended Corning Gorilla Glass 3 that expands convenience by giving a smooth surface to simple and responsive swiping motions.

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The ZenWatch’s walled in area, a two-conditioned sandwiching of materials – a metal band of “rose gold” (Asus’ term) ensconced by stainless steel on either side – it matches with dress both easygoing and bespoke. Most outstanding about the smartwatch’s body, however, is its durability.

The leather band that ships with the ZenWatch is, similar to the body, developed well. Colored a neutral tan, its solidness and uncovered sewing may not exactly inspire the extravagance brands Asus is obviously endeavoring to copy, yet it comes closer than others. The band secures around the wrist utilizing a flexible metal arrangement fasten, which pleasantly supplements the watch fenced in styling area.

Features

Regardless of the fact that you’ve never utilized an Android Wear gadget, it’ll most likely shock no one that interactions fundamentally happen on the touchscreen. The ZenWatch is about normal on that front – its 1.63-inch, 320×320 resolution is decent, and pretty much matches the Gear Live and Sony SmartWatch 3.

It has heart rate tracking. It is an advantage as you don’t have to wear the heart rate monitoring chest strap. Not only this, it can measure how many steps you have taken. It also tracks the activity duration, calories burned and exercise intensity. After tracking all these it will show us the summary report.

It also has build- in micro phones and build-in high quality speakers. So we can say that the sound quality of the ZenWatch is too amazing. It has Bluetooth V4.0 which helps in transferring apps and share data with your PC and other compatible devices.

Performance

To reduce the cost of the ZenWatch, Asus has dumped Snapdragon 400 for a 1.2 GHz processor. These aren’t the best available in the market so there is no comparison to the flagships of other manufacturers. The processor is paired with a 512 of RAM which is pretty good because it really increase the performance of the watch.