There’s a smart watch out there called Moto 360, made by Motorola. From a distance, it may look like a cheap watch you had in childhood, but don’t let the look fool you.
That look is done intentionally. The intention is comfort. It fits on very smoothly, easy to put on, and feels like you’re wearing air. The pictures I’ve seen of it are great. Imagine being at the airport and your watch telling you what time your flight leaves and out of what gate. The up/down and right/left commands are easy, fast and smooth. It’s simple to read, navigate and handle.
But there are a few things that bother me abut Motorola’s Moto 360. There’s so much we don’t know about. We don’t know how much this will cost. We don’t know what’s on the back of the watch; they won’t let us know. It’s been speculated it’s a heart rate monitor. It needs to be if they want to compete in this smart watch game. But I like what I see so far. I like how the Moto 360 makes technology look simple. When some people think smart watch they think hard steel, expensive prices, and complicated technologies. I hope the Moto 360 proves people wrong. How much do you think this smart watch will cost?