Nintendo unveils its new smartwatch inspired by the Mario game

The Japanese company, Nintendo, specialized in the video game industry, unveiled its new smartwatch inspired by the game “Mario”, in cooperation with the Swiss company TAG Heuer, the luxury watchmaker, at a cost of $ 2,150, more than five times the price of the Apple Watch.

The new smartwatch runs on the Google Wear operating system, while it is designed to encourage the wearer to increase his physical activity, along with many diverse animations, and the more active the wearer is, the more vibrant the Mario watch becomes.

As for the specifications, the expensive smartwatch has a 1.39-inch (454 x 454 pixels) OLED screen covered in Sapphire glass, with support for BeiDou and Glonass systems; In addition to GPS, the watch also supports many other features, including Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.1, and Google Pay.

The watch, which has a diameter of 45 mm, also contains a built-in heart rate device, a compass, and an accelerometer. It is water-resistant to a depth of 5 atmospheres, or 50 meters, and lasts for work between six hours and 20 hours.

According to the Japanese company, in the morning, a Mario character appears on the smartwatch screen, and he greets you with a warm welcome, and with the passage of time and the increase in activity, its users are given several rewards, just as in Super Mario Bros games, as more animations are played When dialing.

The watch also contains on the back the inscriptions “TAG Heuer x Super Mario Limited Edition”, and the watch includes the Mario “’M” logo on the buttons and wheels, and the watch also comes with a pair of red and black leather and rubber straps, the first made of black leather Red rubber, and the second is a sporty version of red rubber, both with M engraving on the buckle

Finally, the Japanese company Nintendo and the company TAG Heuer confirmed that this smart watch will be available for sale in TAG Heuer stores on the 15th of this July, for $ 2,150, with only 2,000 units sold worldwide of this unique watch.

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