Launches Luxury Guide Featuring High-Tech Items

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New Luxury Guide shows to feature the most elegant, luxurious and high-tech items on the market., the exclusive online dating service for the well heeled and success oriented individual, announced the publication of its new Luxury Guide. This is the place to visit for news and information about the most astounding products offered anywhere. One of the featured items is the new iWatch from Apple. Members have been chatting about this ground-breaking new watch for quite a while, so it was one of the first items to receive the attention of the reporters.

Members will discover some of the most stunning watches in the world illustrated in the new watch section of the luxury guide. On display are such brands as: Breitling, Cartier, Chopard, Christian Dior, Franck Muller, Hermes, Harry Winston, Longines, Louis Moinet, Louis Vuitton, Mont Blanc, Omega, Parmigiani Fleurier, Patek Philippe, Piaget, Rolex, Seiko, TAGHeuer, Van Cleef & Arpels, and Zenith. The Apple iWatch will proudly take its place amongst these renowned timepieces.

Anthony Wing Kosner, of Forbes Magazine, recently did an article about the new iWatch. He had this to say: “Unlike the smartwatches to date, the iWatch will not just be a product but a platform. I don’t just mean that it will have an app ecosystem. So do Pebble, and Android Wear and even Samsung Gear. The Moto 360 is an elegant instantiation of Google’s software, but it doesn’t go farther than that. The difference with Apple is that both the chips that drive the iWatch and the software that runs it are its own. It can package the chipsets and software for sale to other manufacturers and luxury good brands—some of them in Switzerland.”

He goes on to say: “In the 20th Century, “Swiss mechanisms” were the new plus ultra of luxury timepieces. Tim Cook has raised his iWatch-bearing hand and said, “our turn!”. Apple is not only pursuing the luxury channel with the iWatch. Health, fitness, the connected home and electronic payments are each significant drivers of customer adoption. But it is the appeal to status and the invention of cyber luxury that Apple is most confident of. Just look at the trio of European fashion heavyweights it has brought on board. Ahrendts, Deneve and Pruniaux are not at Apple to sell medical devices.”

The Luxury Guide also has featured sections on: Car Brands, Fashion Brands, Luxury Travel List, and Real Estate. There are frequent articles published discussing the hottest products and trends on the market. The latest post is about “Hot and Hip European Night Clubs”, and there was a recent post about Swiss luxury watches by Hublot. It is no wonder that successful people from all walks of life choose to meet their mates on this site.

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