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Motorola's entering the smartwatch territory with the moto 360, which will be powered by Android Wear.

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Gizmodo Jun 25, 2014

Again, we weren't allowed to do much exploring (on the non-demo version they wouldn't let us look at the settings, for some reason), but from what we saw we were very impressed.

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PC World Jun 25, 2014

I feel like many of the wrist wearable devices thus far have had a rather masculine appeal to them, so it was nice to see something that, although black, was stylish enough to pair with a sparkly bracelet. Aesthetics is what will help sell Android Wear devices to the style conscious.

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CNET Jun 25, 2014

A big, round watch face screen, as opposed to the square type we're normally used to, makes the Moto 360 look like a regular fashion watch from a distance. But, in action, Google Now and other services transform the watch into a variety of at-a-glance uses.

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SlashGear Jun 25, 2014

What a display that is. Edge-to-edge, bright colors, and great viewing angles, it feels like it's swimming on top of the cover glass, not underneath it.

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Mashable Jun 26, 2014

It's fashion that makes the Moto 360 such a sensation. While the Android Wear smartwatches from Samsung and LG are cute gadgets, Motorola's smartwatch is a piece of technology you covet.

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The Verge Jun 25, 2014

Android Wear devices are mostly made to work the same, offering the same kind of notifications and quick interactions no matter which device you use. But the 360's hardware truly sets it apart.

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VentureBeat Jun 26, 2014

The first thing you notice about the 360 is its round shape and spacious display. It’s a fine showcase for Android Wear, so I’m sure Google’s glad Motorola decided to show up at I/O.

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The Next Web Jun 25, 2014

It’s actually incredible to use in real life because it looks almost exactly like the promo shots which feels unreal. The circular design/interface makes it seem like something you might actually want to wear and the bulk isn’t as big as we thought it would be.

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Techno Buffalo Jun 25, 2014

The design is excellent, the screen is beautiful and responsive, and the underlying software seems to tie everything together perfectly. As excited as we are for the G watch and Gear Live, the Moto 360 is definitely the wearable to watch out for this year.

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