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Barely months after dismissing Apple's smartwatch, the new replica cartier watches chief executive of luxury Swiss watchmaker Tag Heuer has conceded that such hi-tech gadgets might have a place in his firm's line-up after all. "Initially we were all a bit reticent," Jean-Claude Biver said in La Chaux-de-Fonds, the Swiss city at the centre of the watchmaking industry. ADVERTISING But he insisted any new technology would not dilute the company's reputation for replica tag heuer carrera making luxury goods that last, adding: "We will only make smartwatches if we are the best, different and unique." Biver, an industry legend who leads the watch division of Tag Heuer's owners LVMH, was appointed to head the Swiss brand on an interim basis last week following the departure of Stephane Linder. He refused to divulge what Tag Heuer was planning, but replica omega seamaster said it would divide its research and development department so one side could focus on technological innovation. Any smartwatch would have to be developed through a partnership - perhaps with a university or a specialist firm. Company vice-president Guy Semon would not be drawn on whether such a project might include a deal with US technology groups such as Google or Intel. "We're casting a wide net and looking at very big companies," said Semon, who was formerly head of Tag Heuer's research and development. He added that he viewed smartwatches as a bigger challenge than the introduction of quartz watches in the 1970s, a development which plunged Swiss watchmaking into a major crisis. Tag Heuer is already undergoing changes. In September, the company laid off 46 Swiss employees and another 49 had their contracts suspended because of sluggish sales. The firm said it wanted to concentrate on its core business, scrapping products such as telephones and accessories, although would maintain its line of sunglasses. When the Apple Watch was unveiled in September, Biver insisted it would have no impact on the high end of the industry. "Luxury is eternal, it is perennial. It is not something that becomes worthless after five years," he had said.

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