We’re at a point with smart watches, that it is time to pay a little less attention to their features, and a bit more on their style. Introducing the Moto 360 by Motorola. According to Motorola’s Jim Wicks, this will be a watch first, and a mini app machine second. What this means is that you should be able to lift your wrist and always be greeted with the time (neat concept, I hope it’s true).
The Moto 360 will feature a camera, microphone to accept verbal commands, and it will also come in a square style, for those who like the more traditional smart watch, or at least the shape of the majority that have been released so far. The band will be interchangeable (steel and leather) to style a broader variety of looks, and the watch face will be switchable to accommodate both righties and lefties.
It will be waterproof, wireless charging (most likely), and will work with your standard Android 4.3 smartphone. And (perhaps the most important feature of all) it will look like a cool watch while sitting on your wrist. Hallelujah!