Taiwanese tech major, Asus is all set to introduce a wearable gadget, Zenwatch in the Indian market by the next year. Eyeing the increasing demand for affordable wearable devices in the country, the product is priced below Rs 20,000, according to a PTI report.
This feature enriched watch will have a curved display and can be synced with smartphones running Android 4.3 or higher versions.
Commenting on the matter, Asus South Asia Regional Head and Country Manager, Peter Chang, told PTI: “We are still finalising the launch and pricing of ZenWatch. It will work with Android phones and we expect to bring it to India in the beginning of next year,” The ZenWatch will compete with the likes of Moto 360, LG G Watch and Samsung Gear Live in India.”
When asked about the pricing, he said: “It will be priced under Rs 20,000, though we are trying to bring the price down further. It will be competitively priced.”
The demand for such devices is growing globally with the likes of Samsung, LG and Apple coming out with their smartwatches across various price points.