The 8 Best Smartwatches For Business

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Thinking about a smartwatch for business? Here are the best timepieces for your workday

Asus ZenWatch 2

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Asus’ second generation of its ZenWatch hasn’t generated the same fanfare as many of its competitors, but is still an extremely viable option for businesses – as well as a more affordable one with its £200 price-tag.

The display, although crisp and clear, is slightly smaller than that of many other smartwatches on the market, but the ZenWatch 2 makes up for this with features such as a great design, a built in microphone, Bluetooth connectivity and Wi-Fi capabilities.

Performance won’t be an issue thanks to the Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor and a faster charging time than the previous ZenWatch means you won’t be stuck waiting around for it to charge.

Huawei watch

huawei watchAnother premium Android Wear device, the Huawei watch is a smart-looking yet slightly pricey option that is also compatible with iOS, giving employees the best of both worlds.

The display is one of the standout features, boasting a 400×400 pixel resolution and a range of brightness setting to cover all weather conditions. The premium design and build quality means it certainly wouldn’t look out of place in a business environment a two-day battery life shouldn’t leave you caught short.

Performance wise, there are better options out there as the watch is prone to some noticeable lag, but Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity leaves all bases covered, as does the plethora of apps available.

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The Vector Luna

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As with the Asus ZenWatch 2, the Vector Luna has been largely kept out of the spotlight but provides some serious competition for the established pack to think about.

Vector took a slightly different route than its competitors when it comes to features, with a simpler, less cluttered approach removing some of the noise that can accompany the Apple Watch and Samsung Gear. In face, the Vector Luna is probably one of the most business-focused smartwatches on the market, with features such as an auto discreet mode for meeting being a perfect example.

It also boasts an incredible 30-day battery life, removing the need to carry around that extra charger on business trips or external meetings and making this watch well worth considering.

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