Upscale Swiss watchmaker Tag Heuer unveiled its first smartwatchcalled Connected Watch in New York on 9 Nov, its first device running Android Wear, according to The Verge.The smartwatch costs $1,500 and is the first Android Wear watch to be priced over $1,000, according to The Verge. This is a pretty affordable deal, asserts Tag, considering that Apple Watches containing gold can run up to $17,000. The Connected Watch is big at 46.2mm across and 12.8mm thick, but it's made of titanium, so it's surprisingly light. The bezel is marked in five-minute increments and has a black carbide coating that gives some contrast against the case's brushed and sandblasted surfaces. Paired with one of seven colors of vulcanized rubber strap and a matching titanium buckle, it looks and wears a lot like one of TAG's mechanical watches.