The Motorola Moto 360 is a smartwatch that runs Android Wear, a watch optimized operating system from Google. Unlike the other Android Wear watches on the market now, this one has a unique trait -- it has a round face. It's designed to look more like a traditional watch, with a stainless steel case, Corning Gorilla Glass on the front, and bands made of Horween leather. It's pre-loaded with six watch faces, so you can decide whether you want a more simple analog face or a digital one.
Android Wear will provide updates throughout the day about weather, flight status, traffic, and more. It also will show you alerts you're getting on your phone, and lets you respond using your voice. In fact, you can do a lot with your voice on the Moto 360. Just say "Ok Google" to send texts, set reminders, ask for directions, or check weather conditions.
Motorola's Moto 360 has a built-in pedometer and optical heart rate sensor to keep track of your health. You can set goals for yourself, and The Moto 360 heart activity app will track your progress and give you daily and weekly stats.
Motorola claims that the Moto 360 has all day battery life, and it supports wireless charging and comes with the charging dock. It also has an ambient light sensor that will automatically adjust brightness, and is water resistant so it can be worn in almost any conditions. Moto 360 will sync with any smartphone running Android 4.3 or higher. It costs $249.99, and can be found on Motorola's website or at Best Buy stores. Availability is limited, but you can choose to be notified when more are available for order.