We’ve all seen I.T. snobs go from eschewing wristwatches to embracing smartwatch technology with a ferocity normally associated with Junior Leaguers and their Jimmy Choos. Yes, the new smartwatches keep you on top of all social media and your must-have apps so you never have to miss a single Tweet, making them a must for those who feel the need to remain connected 24/7. The downside is the fact that these timepieces look like props from the Warren-Beatty-as-Batman movie — they are actively fugly. Here’s an alternative: the new Tag Heuer Connected with the classic good looks of a traditional chronograph. The hands are actually a digital display that can also show a number of Android-based sports and wellness-related apps. Fans of iPhones will need to hope for future versions that support their devices, but for now the rest of us can look just a little more hip and dapper when someone asks us for the time; MoraysJewelers.com.
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