It will cost you $6,700 to rock that old OS too. Did we mention that it features Alligator skin as well? Basically an animal died to bring you this ugly outdated and overpriced phone. They shouldn’t have.
The TAG Heuer Fuchsia MERIDIIST GMT comes loaded with a back cover dressed up in Acrochordus arafurae skin, which is essentially snake skin. The Acrochordus arafurae is a water snake native to New Guinea and northern Australia.
The handset looks pretty stylish and comes equipped with a QVGA sapphire crystal main display, a secondary OLED screen, and a 2MP camera. There’s no info on pricing or availability yet, but we do know that it won’t be cheap.
I have a few sets of name brand sunglasses and surprisingly I have managed to not sit on them or lose them for a few years now. We can all understand the need for sunglasses when we drive, but some folks have a bigger problem with night driving thanks to glare than day driving.
Tag-Heuer Eyewear has unveiled a new line of glasses for night driving that have special lenses in them. The special lenses are supposed to reduce glare and help improve night vision. Apparently, a bunch of racecar drivers wear these things when racing at night.
Tag Heuer has launched a new luxury mobile phone, aimed at those with too much money and no taste. The TAG Heuer Meridiist Lamborghini Mobile Phone features a case made from a combination of hand brushed stainless steel, calfskin leather, and 60.5 carats of sapphire crystal glass on its dual display.
It sports a 2 megapixel camera, a battery that will give you up to 28 days of standby time and up to 7 hours of talk time, video recording and playback, support for MP3 files, plus it comes with 2GB of storage and USB 1.0 support so you can connect it to your PC.