The Moto 360 features an orientation-free 1.8-inch display, and more
2. HTCOE (Posts: 631; Member since: 20 Nov 2011)
glad there's no camera and good to hear about the lack of usb :)
7. jroc74 (Posts: 5836; Member since: 30 Dec 2010)
I think I know where you are going....I agree. The less intimidating this is for some jobs the better.
My last job we couldnt have anything that basically had storage or a harddrive. Was the first time in a long time I seen a portable CD player at work.
3. Bukatorade (Posts: 28; Member since: 23 Jan 2014)
I'm not a watch guy. I wouldn't wear a Rolex. I'm not sure if there can ever be a smartwatch that appeals to people who don't already wear watches.
It certainly can be an upgrade to existing wristwear, but not a wearable that people will adopt just because it exists and works with their phone.
10. Martin_Cooper (Posts: 1324; Member since: 30 Jul 2013)
Many people like watches, many more like traditional analog watches, this 360 moto will appeal to a lot of people as you can make it look like a traditional watch.
4. InspectorGadget80 (unregistered)
What bout price tag?
11. Martin_Cooper (Posts: 1324; Member since: 30 Jul 2013)
It all depends on what materials they will use, what hardwear etc. I am guessing from the looks at least 200$ if not 300$
13. nctx77 (Posts: 1446; Member since: 03 Sep 2013)
$299 for the rubber band and $350 for the stainless steel. You heard it here first
5. blueriverclay (Posts: 5; Member since: 28 Mar 2013)
I am interested to know about the water resistance capabilities as well as whether it will have an embedded pedometer...Would love for it to replace my fitbit...
I wonder when Apple will respond.
12. InspectorGadget80 (unregistered)
That joke is seriously getting old.
9. Blazers (Posts: 398; Member since: 05 Dec 2011)
I agree with them regarding the camera. Unless your into industrial sabotage, or creeping out woman, there's no point. Especially with the awful lens and low megapixel count. Just pull out your phone if you need to take a picture.
15. janis (Posts: 171; Member since: 10 Mar 2014)
this looks cool. even for me who likes classic watches, i would consider buying one.
16. CX3NT3_713 (Posts: 2138; Member since: 18 Apr 2011)
If the UI looks like that on standby (pictured), I hope it has a 3D dept look :) .that'll be sick..
17. mixedfish (Posts: 1086; Member since: 17 Nov 2013)
"the watch face is "orientation-free". This means that you can wear the watch on whichever hand you prefer,"
Errr, on what planet does a watch not always 'orientate' towards yourself? Think about it, no matter which arm you strap a watch to, it will always be the same.....unless he is talking about some mystery third arm or something.
18. MichaelHeller (Posts: 2693; Member since: 26 May 2011)
the issue is with the plunger on the side of the device (which is mentioned just after where you ended your quote). it is designed to point towards your fingers while worn on the left wrist. if you take a normal watch, put it on your right wrist, the plunger will point towards your forearm and continuously poke you as you move your hands.
And, if you try to fix that by pointing the plunger towards your fingers, the 12 will be pointing towards your thumb. that is not oriented towards you, and that watch will not change. An Android Wear device will automatically flip the display so it is oriented towards you while allowing you to wear the watch as designed for comfort.
19. jroc74 (Posts: 5836; Member since: 30 Dec 2010)
Now that I think about it....most, if not all watches with a plunger is designed to be worn on the left wrist.
I never realized how awkward it would be to wear a watch like that on the right wrist. I just naturally always put watches on my left wrist.
20. gh0s7 (Posts: 3; Member since: 07 Sep 2013)
I'm betting this watch may have Solar Charging and/or Qi wireless. You'd never have to plug it in.