Asus holds a ZenWatch giveaway contest – show off your designer chops to enter

Asus holds a ZenWatch giveaway contest – show off your designer chops to enter
Asus is holding a contest for original ZenWatch watchface design and there are a few prizes to be had for designers and voters alike – so don't scare off if your drawing chops aren't on par – you can still win one of the stylish smartwatches if you actively participate and help Asus choose winners by voting.

The contest goes by the moniker "Face the Future" and will award one ZenWatch to each designer who tops one of these categories: Overall Gold Medal, Best Beauty in Design, Best Practical Design, Best Creative Design, Best Student Design Award, and Fan Favorite. The first 5 categories will be chosen by Asus staff only, whereas the Fan Favorite will be entirely up to the number of community-made votes. The voters have a chance to be awarded as well, like we said earlier, as there will be 3 ZenWatch given away to fans who have participated in the process.

The Asus ZenWatch was released near the end of 2014 and we believe it to be among the best looking smartwatches in the market at the moment. It has a Snapdragon 400 with 512 MB of RAM under the hood, and sports a 1.63" display with a 320x320 resolution (278 PPI), all being juiced by a 360 mAh battery – one that we found to be enough for a normal day's usage.

So, will you be entering the contest in any way? You can read the rules and grab the needed templates from Asus' website (linked below). May the Father of Design guide you!


source: Asus

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1 Comment

1. whateverr

Posts: 4; Member since: Dec 08, 2014

absolutely one of the best looking (so-called) smart watches yet these are still way behind tech-wise and usability wise maybe in few years things might get better

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