Android Wear smartwatches are slowly evolving as the day passes by, with Manufacturers like Samsung, Motorola and LG already shown their Android wear smartwatches. One of the problems with these devices are that they are too expensive even when the smartwatches are far from a perfect product. ASUS it seems is trying to break that pricing barrier and is reportedly working on the cheapest Android wear smartwatch.
As per TechCrunch report, ASUS is developing Google-powered wristwear with a target price between $99 and $149, or at least $50 less than existing LG’s G Watch. ASUS is working with a targeted debut window of September this year and in terms of hardware, the smartwatch may come with an AMOLED display and could use gesture controls.
We will update you as and when we hear more about it. Stay tuned. Hopefully the price barrier is breached either by ASUS or someone else as it may lead to more development and wider acceptance among the users.