All this chit-chat (okay, 3 posts, but...) about smartwatches got me looking into them. Okay, so I'm a nerd. Anyway, I was looking long and hard at the various Pebble line, but was having trouble paying that much ($99-149) when I noticed the typically well-reviewed Asus Zenwatch 2 is only $99 now. Anyone have any experience with it? It seems to be rather well-reviewed just about everywhere I've found, but I value Brighthand member's opinions far more than the average Johnny Strangernerd out there on the internet. Things I liked about it (from just reading): - Android - Nice screen - Looks pretty - It's big - It's shiny - It's nerdy Negative things I've read about, but don't care all that much: - Typically will need to be charged daily (like at night when sleeping) - Apparently the screen can be difficult to see in really bright sunlight, but I'm a vampire so... - Pedometer inaccuracies (on this subject I'm not entirely sure, because just about every other pedometer I've tried seems to grossly exaggerate my number of steps when I'm pretty much crippled, so maybe the people don't like the Asus ZW2 because it's actually accurate???) Negative things I've read about, that kinda bother me: - It seems to be at best "splash resistant". Not that I'm going to go swimming with my smartwatch, but...y'know...accidents (and wild parties) happen, so.... Okay, who I'm kidding. At my age I'm just concerned that it won't survive a toilet drop. Incidentally, I'm retired, so my only purpose for this watch is (1) Nerd and (2) Lazy. Yep, I'd like to just sit in my recliner with my phone charging on the kitchen counter and still see my texts, Facebook messages, etc. All the other features (which I will actually likely use) are just gravy, proof of concept, etc., at least to me. But, yeah, I still want one.