News by Luke Jones on Tuesday January 27, 2015.
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Asus's ZenWatch has only been with us a couple of months, launching in November after an announcement at IFA in September. It is one of the better looking smartwatches on the market, but its Android Wear platform means it doesn?t really come with any differentiating features and is the same as other wearables on the software. However, the next ZenWatch will add a bit more individuality.That's according to Focus Taiwan, with the outlet saying that Asus chairman Jonney Shih has been discussing the second ZenWatch and said it will be a simplified "central processing unit with operating system" and the result of that will be a better battery life, up to one week in fact. That would certainly be an improvement over the two days (at best) offered by the ZenWatch and other Android Wear smartwatches.
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