The device runs on Android Wear 2.0 software and was developed in collaboration Qualcomm and Google. Oh, and it starts at $2,450.

The 42mm case sports a 1.2-inch AMOLED 390×390 touchscreen and is powered by a Snapdragon Wear 2100 processor. It also has 521MB of RAM and 4GB of internal storage,

alongside a 300mAh battery. However, it doesn’t have an optical heart rate monitor, which makes sense given that people often don’t work out while wearing $3,000

watches.

Just as the Apple Watch Edition (the gold version of the Apple Watch) sought to offer a level of exclusivity to a usually mass-market device, Louis Vuitton’s new

Tambour Horizon is looking to do the same. Louis Vuitton is all about status, and the Horizon is bringing modern-day watch technology to the small sliver of the

demographic that needs to sport a status symbol will still connecting to the internet from their wrist.