Today is the big day for Tag Heuer to unveil their first Android Wear watch. All we know about it is that it has an Intel chipset, it’ll run Android Wear, and thanks to a recently-published interview with the CEO we can confirm it’ll cost $1,500 (which is $300 cheaper than we anticipated). We also might have gotten an early look at some watch straps for the device, which didn’t seem like the type of material you’d expect for a $1,500 premium product but leaves open the possibility that Tag Heuer is planning to bring affordable options alongside the premium one.
So, where can you follow along? Simply head to Tag Heuer’s website right here. They have a live stream that’s beginning at 10:00AM Central time, which is about an hour and a half from the time of this writing. Be sure to tune in if you’re wondering what the most expensive Android Wear watch ever has to offer.