We already knew that Best Buy locations would be selling the Moto Maker redemption cards for AT&T models of the Moto X (other carriers are still not on the Moto Maker software). Now, we're seeing a full display setup which also includes samples of the backplate in various colors, as well as a tablet in order to help customers design and order their own Moto X right then and there.
The display does reflect the new Moto X price drop, so a new Moto X will cost $99 for the 16GB model and $149 for the 32GB model with a two-year contract on AT&T. The rumors have said that the Moto Maker software will be breaking free of the AT&T exclusivity sometime in November, but we haven't heard anything recently on that. Frankly, we don't care much about the on-contract price drop; we'd rather see a price drop on the unlocked version of the device.
Thanks to Sniggly for the pics!